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PILGRIM 

PLYMOUTH-CARVER 
HIGH SCHOOL 

PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS 
VOLUME XLIX 

STAFF 

Co-Editors 

Patricia Meyer 

Paul Ruozzi 
Business Manager 

Syrel Sherman 
Adviser 

Mr. Brian Souza 

CONTENTS 

Academics 6 

Fall 26 

Winter 44 

Spring 70 

Undergraduates 78 

Seniors 86 

Advertisements - 154 



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Some thoughts from the Editors . 



With great pleasure, we present "the 1969 edition of the 
Pilgrim. Our effort has been one of enthusiasm and 
enjoyment. Our ideas are intended to be a reflection of 
the times we live in, and our purpose is to show the spirit 
of the student body, the memories of a senior class, and 
the results of students working together in producing a 
yearbook. 

In these pages, we have tried to record a most precious 
year in high school. We have made an effort to bring past 



memories to life again. Through this book, we hope that 
we have been able to surprise some and create a smile for 
others. 

We have enjoyed producing this yearbook. In seeing 
our efforts finally produced here, we receive a great 
amount of satisfaction. In turn, we hope that the 1969 
Pilgrim will bring satisfaction to you, and that this 
yearbook will be considered your work as well as ours. 

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DEDICATION 



Perhaps Mr. Rogers' uncompromising spirit in the lace of 
challenge is what we value most about him: his tremendous 
faith in his teams and in himself. Therefore, because we 
respect and love Mr. Harold Rogers, we dedicate The Pilgrim 
to a talented coach, a fine instructor, and a gracious gentle- 
man. 

In all of us he has instilled his love for sports, especially 
basketball. He has shown us how to gain the joys of victory, 
and even more important, how to accept the pangs of defeat. 
When all is kept in perspective, Mr. Rogers has taught that 
much is gained from both experiences. 

After our defeat in Rockland, Mr. Rogers clearly demon- 
strated those qualities which make him so much of a man 
when he said, "All we can do now is to pick ourselves off the 
floor and start again." 

That spirit has been the generator of countless champion- 
ship basketball teams and the guide line forhundreds of young 
men struggling to manhood. Therefore, with great respect and 
admiration we dedicate this yearbook to Mr. Harold Rogers. 







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In our complex times, we must learn to think not only of 

furthering ourselves but of furthering mankind. 

Ours is an age of awareness, an age of change. 

No longer are we young adults held to a world of fantasy— 

of security. 

We must meet the world "head on." 

It is the teacher who must guide and instruct us. 

He points out the right way to follow when one hopes of 

achieving some goal. 

He turns many pupils into scholars. 

He gains the respect of all who come in contact with him. 

In short, he, the teacher, shows us the true path to 

adulthood. 



"And we have to think, above all, of the need for education. Education 
is the key to the jobs of the future. Education is the key to preserving 
individual capacity to act, to provide for oneself without dependence 
on government. And education, in the last analysis, is the key to 
understanding the world about us, the world of new nations and 
nuclear weapons, affluence and starvation, war and peace." 

Robert Kennedy (1925-1968) 



ACADEMICS 




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ADMINISTRATION 



Mr. Robert Holton 

Vice-Principal 



'Four forms of government let fools contest; 
Whate'er is best administered is best." 



Alexander Pope (1688-1744) 




Mr. Wilbert Cingolani 

Principal 



Mr. William Gault, Jr. and Mr. F. 
Edward Nicholas 



Mrs. Alice Urann 
Dean of Girls 




Seated: Mr. Erwin Washburn; Mr. David Cappannari; Mrs. Jane Gellar. Haskins; Dr. Samuel Stewart. Chairman; Dr. George Wild; Mr. F. 
Standing: Mr. William Gault, Jr.; Mr. Alton Cavicchi; Mr. Elmer Edward Nicholas 



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GUIDANCE 




' ''Thou wert my guide, philosopher, and 
friend. " 

Alexander Pope (1688-1744) 




Mr. Victor Bissonnette 

Director of Guidance 
University of Massachusetts; University of Georgia; Bridgewater; 
University of Miami; University of Rhode Island; Holy Cross 



Mrs. Jean Patenaude 

Bridgewater; Boston University; Future Teachers 





Mr. Edwin Calvin 

Harvard University; Kent State University; Western Reserve University 



Mr. Horace Turner 

Bates College; Harvard; Bridgewater; SMTI 









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ENGLISH 

"/ trade both with the living and the 
dead for the enrichment of our native 
language. " 

John Dryden (1631-1700) 




Mr. Yoshiro Sanbonmatsu Mrs. Alice Urann 

Swarthmore College; University of Bridgewater State College; Boston 

Bridgeport University; Dean of Girls 




Miss Janet Draghetti 
Emerson College -- Drama Club 
Adviser; "L'il Abner" Speech 
Instructor 



Mr. Allan Cohen 

University of Massachusetts; 
Rutgers; Bridgewater State College 
- Debate Club 



Mr. Robert Merrifield 

Lowell State College; University of 
Massachusetts; National Honor 
Society Adviser 



Mr. Richard Briggs 

Bridgewater State College; 
Abner" Adviser 



'L'il. 




Mrs. Jacqueline Levin 

Brandeis University; Boston College 



Mr. Thomas Long 

Stonehill College; Bridgewater State 
College; University of Massachu- 
setts; Bookstore Adviser 



Miss Mary Callahan 
Boston College 



Mr. Brian Morse 

Westfield State College; Western 
Washington State College 




Mrs. Bette Whittaker Mrs. Jeanne Johnston Miss Gwenn Seaver 

Immaculata College; University of Michigan State University; Ohio Kent State University 
Pennsylvania; Clarion Adviser University 



Mrs. Holly Auciello 

Smith College; Bridgewater State 
College; Harvard University 




Miss Susan Williams Mrs. Jean Strassel 

Bridgewater State College; "Lit" Salem State College 
Adviser 



"This world, where much is to be done and 
little to be known. " 

Samuel Johnson (1709-1784) 




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Mr. John A. Smith 

Chairman 
Tufts Unviersity; Boston University 








Miss Phyllis Boucher 

Chairman 
Worcester State; Clark University 




Miss Sheila Norton 

Regis College; American Field Ser- 
vice Advisor 



Mr. Joseph L. Robinson 

Tufts University; University of 
Maine; Adult Education Director; 
Chess Club 



Miss Phyllis Johnson 
Bridgewater; Northwestern Univer- 
sity; Chairman of Scholarship Com- 
mittee 




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Mr. Frank Anderson 

/illanova University 



Mr. David Tarantino 

Providence College; Suffolk Law 
School; Bridgewater; Freshman 
Class Advisor 



Mr. Paul Baden 

Harvard College; Boston University; 
Student Exchange Project 



Mr. Joseph DeSisto 

Fordham University; Boston Col- 
lege; Football Coach 





Mr. Henry Shea 
Saint Anselm's College 



Mr. William Nagle 
Boston College; Asst. Football and 
Baseball coach 



Mr. Kenneth Taylor 

University of Miami; Bridgewater; 
Student Council Adviser 



"This world, where much is to be 
done and little to be known. " 

Samuel Johnson (1708- 1784) 



Please Smile 



SOCIAL STUDIES 







Mr. Brian Sou/a 


Miss Patricia Comiskey 


Mr. Andrew Dietlin 


Mrs. Lydia Marcelonis 


Plymouth State College; "Pilgrim" 


Boston College 


Bridgewater 


Valpariaso University 


Adviser 










Mr. Francisco Garcia 

Universidad de Santiago de Com- 
postela; Universidad Central (Mad- 
rid); Spanish Club Adviser 



Mrs. Gudrun Bartlett 

Mount Holyoke College 



Miss Iris \lberlini 
Chairman 
Radcliffe College; Middlebury; 
French Club Adviser 



"Language is a city to the building of which 
every human being brought a stone. " 



FOREIGN LANGUAGES 




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" Mathematics possesses not 
only truth, but supreme 
beauty — 

a beauty cold and austere, like 
that of sculpture. " 

Betrand Russell (1872- ) 



Mr. Angelo Medici 

Chairman 
Boston College; Clarkson College of Technol- 
ogy; Bridgewater; Montclair State College; 
Franklin and Marshall College; Math Club 
Adviser 



MATHEMATICS 







Mr. Peter Fachetti Mr. Donald Mayer 

North Adams State College; Univer- Boston University 
sity of Massachusetts; Northeastern 
University; Boston College 



Mr. Joseph Sylva 
University of Massachusetts 



Mr. Mario Romano 

Boston College; Athletic Director 




Mr. Russell Randal] 

Boston University 



Mr. Michael O'Connor 

Northeastern University; Bridge- 
water 



Mr. Roger Randall 

University of Rhode Island 



Mr. James Perry 

Providence College; Rhode Island 
College; Bridgewater 



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SCIENCE 



"Science is the topography of ignorance. " 

Oliver Wendell Holmes (1809-1894) 




Mr. David Barlow 
Chairman 
University of Rhode Island; Bridgewater; Boston University 





Mr. Ronald Gomes Mr. John Penny 

Bridgewater: University of Massa- Holy Cross: Syracuse Univers 

chusetts; Earlham College: Indiana Yale: Boston State 
University; Northeastern University 



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Mr. Silas Wade 

Bridgewater; Rensselaer Polytech- 
nic Institute; Mitchell College; 
University of Massachusetts; Senior 
Class Adviser 




Miss Clare Driscoll 

Radcliff; Harvard 



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Mr. Douglas Edwards Mr. Robert Martin Mrs. Margaret Angell 

Springfield; Elon College; Bridge- Tufts University; Boston University Massachusetts College of Arts; 
water; Freshman Coach and Head Bridgewater 

Baseball Coach 




Miss Muriel Dennull Mrs. Mary Shinney 

SMTI; Ohio University; Bridge- Regis College; Bridgewater; Bow- 
water; Miami University doin 



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BUSINESS 

the Class of '68 

began to prepare for the future. 

"Never fear the want of business. 

A man who qualifies himself well 
for his calling, never fails of em- 
ployment." 




Mrs. Leona Swartz 
Boston University; Bridge water 



Miss Beatrice Arthur, Chairman 
Salem State College; Harvard Uni- 
versity; Bridgewater 




Mr. William Turpin 

Salem State College 



Mr. Willard Mondeau 
Northeastern; Bridgewater 



Mr. Earle Jowdry 

University of Maine; Hobart Col- 
lege; Husson College 



Mrs. Karen Burton 

Salem State College; Becker Juni 
College 



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ART 





Mr. Patrick Berry, Chairman 

Art Institute of Boston; Massachusetts College of Art; 
Bridgewater 



Mr. Louis Rizzo Miss Dorothy Hebden 

Massachusetts College of Art; Aca- Rhode Island School of Design; 

demy of Rome, Italy; Boston State Rhode Island College of Education 
College 



'Art is not a thing: it is a way. " 

-Elbert Hubbard (1856-1915) 



MUSIC 

"Music's the medicine of 
the mind. " 

-John Logan (1826-1886) 

Mr. Wilton Losh 

Shenandoah Conservatory of Music; 
Salem College; Hartford University; 
Chorus 





Mr. Mario Crociati 

Boston University; Band and Marching Girls 



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"Books are the treasured wealth of 
the world, the Jit inheritance of 
generations and nations. " 

-Henry David Thoreau (1817-1862) 

REMEDIAL READING 




Miss Dorothy Canavan 

Boston State College; Boston University 



Mrs. Bernice Haigh 
University of Maine; Boston University; Rhode Island College; Brown 
University 



"Example is the school of mankind, 
and they will learn at no other. " 

-Edmund Burke (1719-1797) 

SPECIAL EDUCATION 



Mrs. Violet Tillson 
Bridgewater 




Mr. William Clark 
Fitchburg State College 



Mr. Dennis Aresta 
Boston College; Bridgewater; Work Study Coordinator 



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"Cooks are not to be taught in 
their own kitchen. " 

-Thomas Fuller (1608-1661) 



HOME ECONOMICS 



Miss EUen Murphy 

University of Massachusetts 




"All that mankind has done, 
thought, gained or been: it is lying 
as in magic preservation in the 
pages of books. " 

—Thomas Carlyle 

LIBRARY 




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Miss Audrey Ziergieble 

Boston State College; Simmons College 



Mrs. Virginia Bramhall 



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"Nothing is achieved 

before it be 
thoroughly 
attempted. " 

-Sir Philip Sidney (1554-1586) 



INDUSTRIAL 
ARTS 




Mr. William Johnstone 

Fitchburg State College; Rhode Island 
College; Bridge water; Harvard Universtiy 




Mr. George Decourcy 

Middle Tennessee University; Bos- 
ton State College; Emerson College 




Mr. Hector Patenaude, Chairman 
Fitchburg State College; Boston University; Bridgewater 



Mr. Ronald Malaquias 

Fitchburg State College; Northern 
Illinois University; Aurora College; 
Rhode Island College 



Mr. James Donovan 
Boston College; Boston University; Mich- 
igan State University 



"Training is everything. The peach was once 
a bitter almond; cauliflower is nothing but 
cabbage with a college education. " 

-Mark Twain (1835-1910) 

AUDIO-VISUAL 



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''Physical fitness is the basis of all 
the activities of our society." 



-John F. Kennedy (1917-1963) 



Mr. Henry Cryer 

Pancer College 



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Miss Nancy MacDuffee 

University of Massachusetts 




Mr. Harold Rogers 
Boston University 



Miss Linda Pentheny 

Syracuse University 



PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



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NON-TEACHING 
PERSONNEL 





Mrs. Barbara Bartlett, Dietician 



Mr. Ralph Curtis, Supervisor of Maintenance 



Some real nice people 



Front (1. to r.): Mrs. P. Nelson; Mrs. L. Salgado; Mrs. F. Borsari; Mrs. R. Whitehead; Mrs. F. Neal; Mrs. D. Zanotti; Mrs. P. Guidaboni. Back: Mrs. L. 
Sirrico; Mrs. M. Swartz; Mrs. B. Bartlett; Mrs. L. Sarnelli; Mrs. J. Gavoni 




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7%ej> hw/c deserves our praise 




Mrs. Betty Usher 

Secretary 
Main Office 



Mrs. Marion Whiting 

Secretary 
Main Office 



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Mrs. Doris Roncaraii 

Secretary 

Main Office 



Mrs. Linda Robbins 

Secretary 
Buidance Office 




Mrs. Flora Ledo 

Matron 



Mrs. Ruth Volta 

School Nurse 
Future Nurse's Adviser 





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Fall brings with her the beginning of the school year. 

No longer are afternoons spent at the beach. 

Now, we must buckle down to our studies, leaving our 

afternoons for after school jobs and not for wading in 

the cool, clear water. 

We fancy ourselves reliving the past summer, when suddenly, 

the sharp autumn wind calls us back to reality. 

Around us, the arches of gold, red, and orange are paying 

homage to such a royal season. 

Our daydreams come to an end. 

Time must be spent on studies and on after school activities. 

Our football team must be the best. 

Our Student Council must act wisely. 

And "LiV Abner" must be a success 

We begin our Senior year with mixed emotions of joy and 

sorrow. 



FALL 




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A season filled with moments of glory 



Plymouth-Carver started its season by losing to Bridgewater-Raynham, but 
bounced back with a 28—13 win over Rockland in which Frank Barros scored 
two touchdowns. A rock-hard defense was the deciding factor in P-C's second 
victory over Middleboro. 

However, the remaining games seemed to keep slipping out of the Eagle's 
wings. Both teams were held scoreless, but Whitman-Hanson came alive in the 
fourth quarter to blank the Eagles 12-0. After being defeated by Abington, 
which saw Bill Cappella run back back a kickoff for 101 yards for a TD, P-C had 
three of its punts blocked aiding Hingham to 34—6 win. P-C continued its losing 
ways by dropping the next two to Randolph and Scituate. 



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The Big Decision 




Head Coach Joe DeSisto 

Coaches: Frank Anderson; Henry Cryer; Joseph DeSisto; and 
William Nagle. 



Although it was another loss, P-C sparkled on 
Thanksgiving Day, bettering Silver Lake in yards 
gained rushing, and also picking off three intercep- 
tions. Outstanding in the game was John Silva who 
completed 6 of 14 passes. On defense Paul Palavan- 
chi, John Youngman, and Steve Dias were brilliant in 
overtaking TD minded Silver Lake runners. A good 
P-C front line rush was the prime factor in Paul 
Correa's touchdown interception in the second quar- 
ter. Frank Barros must be honored for his 60 yard TD 
run of the third period, only two plays after Silver 
Lake had kicked off to P-C. 

The final score, 36—20, was in reality a moral 
victory. For the Lakers had never expected such a 
spirited fight from the P-C boys. 




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Don't dance with him! Tackle him! 



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A moral victory 
over SL 




Front: B. Cappella; D. May; F. Latosek; P. Palavanchi; M. Donelan; 
M. Sirrico; P. Fernandes; K. Beal; J. Leandro; B. Stewart; P. 
Correa; J. Youngman; J. Silva. Middle: P. Correa; G. Martin; K. 
Walker; D. Curtis; J. Clark; P. Hachey; C. Banker; S. Ottani, R. 



Silva; R. Perry; A. Perry; S. Dias; F. Barros. Back: S. Loud; P. 
Benedict; E. Maccaferri; S. Baker; R. Barbieri; D. Hatton; W. 
Lapworth; S. Barboza; G. Baker; S. Thomas; L. Shaw; D. Whiting; 
M. Silva; Manager S. Ferro. 



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FRESHMAN 
FOOTBALL 





No Gain! 




Freshmen raise hopes of Football 
future at P-C 



VARSITY RECORD 

Bridgewater-Raynham .... 8 P— C 

28 Rockland 13 P-C 

12 Middleboro 7 P-C 

Whitman-Hanson 12 P-C 

22 Abington 50 I P-C 

, 6 Hingham 34 P-C 

12 Randolph 20 P-C 

Scituate 20 P-C 

20 Silver Lake 36 P-C 



FRESHMAN RECORD 

14 Bridgewater-Raynham ... 6 

8 Rockland 32 

14 Middleboro 16 

6 Whitman-Hanson 22 

8 Abington 14 

14 Hingham 54 

32 Randolph 6 

6 Scituate 

22 Silver Lake 




Catch Me if you Can ! ! ! 



Front: C. Keller; R. Sullivan; M. O'Connor; S. Scott; P. Correa;P. 
Maccaferri; W. Davis; J. Thorn; T. Stefani. Middle: L. Davis; E. 
Parziale; G. Hart; B. Lane; M. Karklin; M. Williams; A. Moores; C. 
Hamblin. Back: F. Moulton; R. Gilbert; W. Davis; P. Carlisle; P. 
Robichaud; P. Eddy; K. Banker— Manager. 



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They Gave their best 



Bill Cappella and Paul Correa 



Mike Donelan and Paul Palavanchi 




Danny May, Frank Barros, and Kenny Beal 





There ! 



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effort . . . . 




Good Luck. 



Where's the ball? 




You deserve it! 



Fran Latosek centers to Jay Jay Silva 



Frank off tackle. 



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Soccer is new 
at P-C 



Despite its record, Coach Richard Ward's 
young soccer team showed great promise for 
next year. It was P— C's first year as a 
member of the South Shore League. 

Though they didn't win a game, the P— C 
hooters came close several times. In its sec- 
ond game of the season, P— C came out on 
the short end of a 3—2 overtime decision 
against top ranked Hingham. They were also 
beaten in the final moments in the contest 
against league champions, Duxbury. P— C 
lead 2—1 in the third period when a Dux- 
bury penalty shot tied it at 2—2. Into the 
fourth quarter the wind picked up consider- 
ably and aided Duxbury in scoring three 
quick goals to defeat P— C. 

The team's first victory continued to 
avoid them as was shown in the second 
outing against Quincey when, with 59 sec- 
onds remaining in the game, Quincy scored 
on a bouncing corner kick to once again 
defeat the Blue Eagles. 

Yet the season was not a total loss. Three 
seniors placed high on the voting for the 
South Shore League All-Star Team. Co-Cap- 
tains Bruce Tuscher and Paul Pinnetti were 
elected to the squad while Jeff Darsch re- 
ceived honorable mention. 

Coach Ward now starts to build towards 
next year and with some of the starters 
returning, the team should win its share of 
games. 



Here it comes! 




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and great enthusiasm is shown 




Front: M. Enos; C. Haigh; D. Barron; B. Tuscher; P. Pinnetti; R. 
Dzengeleski; R. Souza; N. Fontes; J. Darsch; R. Franz. Middle: S. 
Perriera; J. Tynan; P. Grivis; J. Marseis; T. Donelan; P. Karsagant; C. 



Butterfield; D. Morse; D. Matinzi; H. Wood. Back: E. Coleman; C. 
Hodgekins; J. Koons; G. Newcomb— Mgr.; J. Loupos; R. Detlensen; C. 
Beauregard; S. Gilbert; C. Donovan; D. Agnew 



P-C Sharon 5 

P-C 2 Hingham 3* 

P-C Avon 4 

P-C 1 Norwelld 3 

P-C 2 Duxbury 5 

P-C No. Quincy 5 

P-C 1 So. Shore Voke 3 

P-C 1 No. Quincy 3 

P-C Quincy 3 

P-C Sharon 5 

P-C Quincy . 1 

P-C 2 Hingham 4 

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He has fell in love with the ball 





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Girls Field Hockey 



VARSITY RECORD 

P-C 3 Middleboro 

P-C .... 3 Bridgewater-Raynham 

PC Hingham 3 

P-C 1 Abington 2 

P-C ... 4 Whitman-Hanson . . . 

P-C 1 Scituate 1 

P-C 4 Rockland 

P-C 3 Silver Lake 

P-C 1 Middleboro 

P-C 6 Silver Lake 

P-C .... 5 Bridgewater-Raynham 

P-C 3 Old Rochester 

P-C 3 Scituate 0* 

"(Championship game) 



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J. V. RECORD 

Middleboro 

Bridgewater-Raynham 

Hingham 2 

Abington 1 

Whitman-Hanson 

Scituate 

Rockland 

Silver Lake 1 

Middleboro 

Silver Lake 

Bridgewater-Raynham 

Old Rochester 1 




All Nancy can do is sing. 



Squisha. Dash, and Kiki. goating faces, and pattering hearts. 



Front: Miss Nancy MacDuffee (coach); 
C. Souza; B. Barros; A. Sampson; D. 
Fernandes; C. Lodi (Capt.); Yvonne 
Dupuis-Manager. Back: P. Meyer (Capt.); 
S. Barlow; N. Darsch (Capt.); K. Pimen- 
tal; P. Brewster. 



Front: Miss Pentheny (Coach); D 
Stevens; C. Wagner; L. Taylor; C. Atti 
W. Heath; H. McNeill; E. Al-Chochacy 
B. Sampson; M— F. Elliot; S. Fabri 
Back: S. Freyermuth; L. Meyer; L 
Marini; R. Reynolds; N. Prout; K. She 
pard; C. Thomas; R. Wilson; L. Delano; 
S. Vecchi; B. Giovanetti. 




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enjoy winning season 





Look at them go for that ball! 



First you trip 'em and then you teach them how to play goalie. 



Our field hockey teams gave us great pride this year with 
their advancements and fine records. The varsity, under the 
coaching of Miss Nancy MacDuffee, had a record of 9 wins and 

2 losses and f tie. They brought home the trophy for the 
second time in four years. First they captured first place in 
their division, and then went on to "crimp" Scituate 3—0 in 
the league championship playoff. They worked hard all season 
and thoroughly deserve all honors. 

The junior varsity, under the fine coaching of Miss Linda 
Pentheny, showed great improvement over last year's team. 
They scored a total of 15 goals and had a record of 4 wins and 

3 losses with 4 ties. They will prove to be a competent and 
highly skilled varsity team. 



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Some bright moments for P-C Harriers 



The P— C Harriers had one of their better 
seasons in some years. With Peter Taylor, 
Dave Conroy, and Rusty Brown leading the 
way, the harriers compiled four wins and 
four losses which was good enough for a 
fourth place finish in the 0. C. L. League. 
Peter Taylor, a determined runner, took four 
first place finishes in dual meets and placed 
very high in the 0. C. L. meet. With the top 
three runners leaving through graduation, 
Coach Rogers looks toward a building year 
with Billy Marsh, Evan Al-Chochachy, and 
Bill Bouchard to lead the way. 



Whitman- Hanson 31 

Silver Lake 24 

Hingham 27 

Randolph 25 

Middleboro 28 

Rockland 35 

Scituate 33 

Bridgewater 28 



P-C. 


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P-C. 


.33 


P-C. 


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P-C. 


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P-C. 


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P-C. 


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P-C. 


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P-C. 


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The Four Horseman 




Front: S. Strout; P. Taylor; R. Lynch; R. McCosh; R. Baietti. Back: R. Brown; J. Lynch; D. Conroy; B. Bouchard; E. Al-Chochachy. 



MARCHING GIRLS 

The Marching Girls consists of thirty-five girls plus substi- 
tutes chosen by the band director. They perform drills and 
routines during halftime at football games. Besides providing 
entertainment at football games, the marching girls march in 
local parades. 



Plymouth - Carver 

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The Plymouth-Carver band consists of seventy-five mem- 
bers under the direction of Mario Crociati. The band provides 
entertainment and music during football games. It also partic- 
ipates in pep rallies, exchange concerts, and parades. This year 
the band has become a credited subject. 



Front: S. Radcliff (Capt.); K. Emory; J. Dunlap; L. Couter; P. Banker; 
S. Govoni; D. Lawrence; D. MacDonald; C. Harvey; C. Coffin (Capt.). 
Middle: J. Furtado; M. Ferro; M. Gallagher; A. Best; P. Fuentes; P. 
Estes; M. Brigida; N. Valente. Back: P. Best; S.Griswalk; C. Govoni; D. 
Corriera; D. Heath; L. Rogers; D. Gavoni; D. Wood; D. Marvelli; C. 
Gately; J. Neri. 




First Row: G. Borcina; M. Carvahlo; M. Scott; D. Dunn; T. Stefani; G. 
Axford; M. Williams; G. Almeida; L. Nicholas; G. Bocacci. Second 
Row: R. Parziale; N. Arnold; W. Valente; S. Corvini; D. Hatton; R. 
Oliveira; D. Ashley; R. Baietti; J. Vasapollo; M. Stefani. Third Row: J. 
Seaver; S. Ottani; A. Leonardi; B. Krensky; D. Whiting; D. Wagner; T. 
Doherty; B. McCarthy; K. Atti; D. Piirala. Fourth Row: M. Wirzburger; 
L. Montiero; K. Guerra; P. Correa; E. Al-Chochacy; E. Mello; J. 



Hammer; J. Discullio; C. Santos; G. Brigida. Fifth Row: C. Orzechow- 
ski; A. Perry; E. Coleman; S. Besse; N. Prout; W. Shaw; J. Martin; S. 
Lindros; B. Holmes; R. Manseau. Sixth Row: M. Johnson; W. Bouchard; 
P. Quintal; G. Webber; L. Bloom; K. Haire; M. Silvia; J. Cartmell; D. 
Carlson. Seventh Row: P. Robichaud; T. Dias; R. Fortini; W. Roncarati; 
S. Moore; D. Mansfield; J. Chadwick; E. Tanderes; K. Burnes. 



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Cheerleaders 



K. Post; M. Barros; M. Medeiros; K. Haire, L. Lopes; D. Fry; L. Roberts, D. Fortini. 




Inspiring school spirit 



Now, look at the camera. 




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First Row: R. Almeida; R. MacLeod; K. Dietlin; C. Montanari; S. Mostrom; L. 
Almeida; D. Pina; H. McNeill; M. Fratus; L. Martin; D. Almeida; J. Bastoni. 
Second Row: B. Benea; P. DeCost; M. Stewart; S. Vargus; D. Radcliffe; J. Smith; 
N. Hathaway; C. Miller; C. Rapoza; K. Kendall; D. Hathaway. Third Row: D. 
Morgan; K. Fortini; B. Paoletti; M. Sylva; J. Santerre; J. Almeida; B. Barrows; M. 
Lapworth; L. Barnes; G. Butterfield; S. Dunlap; D. Lewis. Fourth Row: N. 
Gavoni; M. Couter; J. Ketchen; J. Zammarchi; D. Dias; K. Brenner; K. Wood; B. 
Davis; P. Pratt. 



Pep Squad 



The Pep Squad, under the direction of Miss Canavan, is open to all 
interested girls. Led by the cheerleaders, these girls supported our teams 
by chanting side-line cheers and songs at every game. The majorettes, 
advised by Mr. Crociati, perform with the marching girls and band. 
These girls add extra entertainment to the half-time programs. 



Majorettes 



P. Casey; C. Correa; B. Jordan; D. Bither; K. Casey; C. 
Swartz. 



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The broadway hit "Uil Abner" 







. . . . a successful first at P-C 




Marryin Sam takes over the show. 



"My one aim in life is to be a good wife, and marry 
L'il Abner some day." 



On November 14, 15, and 16, P-C 
presented the Broadway musical "L'il 
Abner". This comedy is based on Al 
Capp's comic strip characters and was 
the school's first production of a full- 
scale musical. Miss Draghetti and Mr. 
Briggs, both of the English department, 
directed the presentation. The cast of 
some sixty students did a fine job of 
recreating the Dogpatch characters, and 
the production was well received by all 
who viewed it. 




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All's half-way over. 

Yet it's just the beginning 

Of studies and fun! 

As we cheer our Eagles to victory, 

Midyears sharply turn the corner. 

"T-E-A- M" 

Maybe another Tech!? 

Days rapidly pass by, 

And preparations for the Prom and Senior Show are made. 

Awaiting the bus in the brisk morning air becomes routine. 

The snow blockades those once welcomed courtyard doors. 

"We're number ONE!!" 

Graduation still lingers far into the future. 

And five months remain 

For memories to be made and remembered. 



WINTER 




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Basketball . . . A 
Season of many 
Victories . . . 
accomplished goals 
. . . and triumph in 
the O. C. L. Playoffs 




It's a sure two points! 



The PC varsity started its season by winning its first six games. P. C.'s three year winning streak was 
brought to an end when Middleboro downed the Eagles 78-60. The Eagles bouneed baek against Hingham, 
70-51. P-C then came out on the short end of a 64-57 decision against Abington as the Eagles lost their first 
place position. Again the Eagles came back winning four straight against Silver Lake. Randolph. Scituate, 
and Bridgewater-Raynham. Then losses occurred to a strong home-court Rockland ball club and for the 
second time defeat came at the hands of the Orange and Black of Middleboro. The Eagles easily defeated 
Whitman-Hanson while Abington once again defeated P-C in a squeaker, 44-43. The Eagles finished the 
season with a 13 and 5 record which qualified them for the Tech Tourney. ^ et defeat came in the first 
round at the hands of Stoughton. 

The P-C Jayvees did an outstanding job this year. They won their first nine games, and they finished the 
season with a 13 and 5 record. The Frosh enjoyed great success. They finished the season with a 14 and 3 
record. 




Kneeling: D. Conroy-Capt.; Coach Rogers; Standing: G. Gomes; J. Silva; S. Dias; R. Brown; M. Mendes: R. Silva; P. 
Pinnetti; S. Corvini; P. Correa; S. Britto; A. Perry; P. Taylor 




Everyone's running the other way Beanie ! 





PC. . 


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PC. 


..86 


PC. 


..77 


PC. 


..75 


PC. 


..67 


PC. 


..54 


PC. 


..60 


PC. 


..70 


PC. 


..57 


PC. 


..55 


PC. 


..66 


PC. 


..78 


PC. 


..59 


PC. 


..50 


PC. 


..52 


PC. 


.. 77 


PC. 


..43 


PC. 


.. 77 



VARSITY RECORD 

Silver Lake 50 

Randolph 47 

Scituate 67 

Rockland 58 

Bridgewater-Raynham 50 

Whitman-Hanson 33 

Middleboro 78 

Hingham 51 

Abington 64 

Silver Lake 47 

Randolph 43 

Scituate 55 

Bridgewater-Raynham 54 

Rockland 78 

Middleboro 62 

Whitman-Hanson 58 

Abington 44 

Hingham 45 




We've got them surrounded 



A Tower of Strength 



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Dave Conroy breaks all-time school scoring 

record 








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Please get off my back. 

Rusty 's on the prowl again. 








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The Eagle shuffle 



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She's all mine . . . and 
don't you forget it! 




What's so interesting up there? 



Successful season for 
Frosh and J. V. 's 



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Come Dave, it isn't that heavy! 



J. V. RECORD 

PC . . . 37 Silver Lake 29 

P-C... 51 Randolph 24 

PC . . . 38 Scituate 34 

P-C . . . 52 Rockland 50 

P-C ... 47 Bridgewater-Raynham . . 33 

P-C . . . 49 Whitman-Hanson 32 

P-C . . . 42 Middleboro 26 

P-C . . . 52 Hingham 36 

P-C . . . 49 Abington 32 

P-C . . . 38 Silver Lake 39 

P-C . . . 47 Randolph 34 

P-C . . . 36 Scituate 40 

P-C . . . 30 Rockland 70 

P-C . . . 42 Middleboro 37 

P-C . . . 50 Whitman-Hanson 46 

P-C ... 56 Bridgewater-Raynham . . 46 

P-C . . . 37 Abington 43 

P-C... 41 Hingham 44 



J. V. TEAM 

G. Boccacci; J. Talbot; S. Freyer- 
muth; Coach Cryer; J. McAuliffe; S. 
Salgodo;P. Karsarjin. 



P-C. 
P-C. 
P-C. 
P-C. 
P-C. 
P-C. 
P-C. 
P-C. 
P-C. 
P-C. 
P-C. 
P-C. 
P-C. 
P-C. 
P-C. 
P-C. 
P-C. 



FRESHMAN RECORD 

36 Silver Lake 35 

52 Randolph 26 

42 Scituate 28 

49 Rockland 48 

56 Bridgewater-Raynham . . 48 

42 Whitman-Hanson 44 

31 Middleboro . . . 47 

49 Hingham 24 

43 Abington 30 

48 Silver Lake 35 

48 Randolph 28 

48 Scituate 33 

52 Bridgewater-Raynham . . 38 

51 Rockland 36 

31 Whitman-Hanson 16 

43 Abington 48 

34 Hingham 28 




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0. C. L. Playoffs 

This year a round robin tourney was held for the 
top four teams. It was very appropriate and fitting 
that P-C should win the trophy in memory of the 
late Steve Rogers. 

In the first round action, P-C knocked off 
Rockland in a convincing way, 53-41. In the finals, 
P-C faced Abington for the third time this season. 
The Eagles pulled the rug out from under Abington 
and won with resounding upset, 67-37. Dave Conroy 
scored 17 and 25 points in each respective game. 
Ronnie Silva and Matt Mendes chipped in with 
excellent scoring outputs. The defense was led by 
Greg Gomes and Rusty Brown, the two P-C ball- 
hawking guards. 

A Most Valuable Player was chosen and given a 
trophy. He was none other than our own Dave 
Conroy who was chosen unanimously by the coaches. 





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Just wait til I get going! 







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FRESHMEN 
Kneeling: Coach Edwards; R. 
Miranda. Standing: D. Etsell; P. 
Robichaud; J. Balboni; P. Mazzilli; 
J. Thorn; M. Williams; B. Carriette; 
R. Sullivan; D. Burnham; A. Bar- 
rett; J. LaVoie. 



Girls' Basketball 




Varsity Team: Front; Miss MacDuffee; Coach, T. Andrews, B. Barros, C. Pimental, C. Lodi, D. 
Fernandes, V. Fernandes; Back; S. Robertson, N. Darsch, F. Andrews, C. Prussman, B. Barrows, R. 




Captains: Chris, Nancy, and Sybil 

VARSITY SCORES 



PC 33 

P-C 51 

P-C 31 

PC 45 

P-C 45 

P-C 52 

P-C 62 

P-C 46 

P-C 37 

P-C 36 

P-C 56 

P-C 39 

P-C 63 

P-C 45 

P-C 49 

P-C - 

P-C 46 



Silver Lake 15 

Scituate 33 

Rockland 37 

Bridgewater-Raynham . . 18 

Whitman-Hanson 42 

Middleboro 22 

Hingham 32 

Abington 33 

Silver Lake 22 

Scituate 22 

Bridgewater-Raynham . . 18 

Rockland 41 

Middleboro 28 

Whitman-Hanson 28 

Abington 12 

Hingham Forfeit 

Hanover 56 

Southeast Massachusetts 
Invitational Tourney 



During the 68-69 basketball season the P-C girls' varsity had a nearly 
perfect year with a 14-2 record. The girls consistently showed determination 
to win along with good sportsmanship and strong team spirit. The team 
qualified for the Southeast Massachusetts Girl's Tourney, and throughout 
the final upsetting defeat, they performed remarkably showing one of the 
strongest and best games of their season. Two school scoring records were 
also broken during the season. 

The J.V. team held a strong record of 10 wins and 6 losses with many of 
the girls showing great promise for future P-C teams. 




hopscotch, hopscotch, we all fall down... 






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Junior Varsity: Front; Miss Pentheny; coach, P. Ryan, B. Amado, C. Fernandes, L. Taylor, B. Fernandes, B. Giovanetti; 
manager, Middle; W. Heath, D. Almeida, D. Young, K. Souza, C. Thomas, N. Prout, Back; P. Best, L. Mitchell, C. Buttner, N. 
McMurrin, J. Langille. 




What's the matter, Nance? . . . tacked to the floor? 




Up . . . rebounds ! 



Give it to Sybil . . . she's a big girl now. 



JUNIOR VARSITY 

P-C 14 Silver Lake 16 

P-C 12 Scituate 10 

P-C 6 Rockland 15 

P-C 15 Bridgewater-Raynham . . 14 

P-C 9 Whitman-Hanson 27 

P-C 16 Middleboro 12 

P-C 22 Hingham 19 

P-C 14 Abington 23 

P-C 25 SUver Lake 14 

P-C 20 Scituate 14 

P-C 8 Bridgewater-Raynham . . 18 

P-C 12 Rockland 20 

P-C 24 Middleboro 11 

P-C 31 Whitman-Hanson 23 

P-C 20 Abington 12 

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National Honor Society 




Seated: S. Johnson; J. Pimental; J. Ashley; A. Gudonis Standing: W. Valente; D. Thurber; S. Radcliffe; S. Corvini: D. Conroy 



Members of the Junior and Senior classes 
are elected every year to the Massasoit Chap- 
ter of the National Honor Society. The 
selection of members is determined by a 
vote of the Faculty Committee based on 
qualifications of scholarship, character, 
leadership, and service. 

On October 28th eighteen new members 
were inducted at an evening meeting. Pilar 
Fuentes, an A.F.S. sponsored student from 
Chile, was inducted as an honorary member. 
In the spring, some juniors and seniors will 
be taken into the Honor Society. 




Seated: A. Crocker; R. Doten; L. Sawyer; C. Gately: D. Lambert: P. Fuentes: M. Karklin. 
Standing: P. Ruozzi; C. Neri; D. Harper; S. Gellar; K. Walker: P. Pinnetti: N. Darsch; M. 
Ferro; C. Haarala; D. Pina; S. Sherman 



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The Student Council 





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Mr. Student Council 





The Student Council is a representative body 
elected by the students to express their wishes in 
various student activities. The Council is responsible 
for conducting school elections and for scheduling 
all activities on the school calendar. Among these 
are dances, assemblies and all fund raising projects. 

In addition to these activities the Council has 
conducted charity drives for Care and the Red 
Cross. They will also conduct a fund raising for the 
Steve Rogers Scholarship and their own scholarship 
which is awarded each year to a deserving student. 
The Council is a member of local, state and national 
Student Council groups and attends conventions of 
these groups. 




Row I: P. Fuentes; M. Couter; J. Lopes; C. Coffin; P. Stearns; Mr. 
Taylor; B. Robichaud; K. Post; C. Curtis; D. Silva Row II: K. Atti; E. 
Al-Chokhachy; D. Etsell; R. Perry; D. Govoni; S. Vecchi; F. Latosek; R. 



Brown Row HI: P. Meyer; A. Zanotti; W. Valente; D. Cline; S. Scott; J. 
Bastoni; E. Al-Chocachy; P. Santos; M. Donelon 



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Leader Corps . . . and Dean's Council 



The Leader Corps, advised by Mr. Holton, was organized for capable students to guide 
other students in the area of conduct. Its members serve as ushers for various school programs. 

To qualify for membership, one must have a good behavior record and a Cumulative "C" 
average. The organization is run by a five member board, consisting of a chairman, 
vice-chairman, secretary and two members at large. The corps consists of nine seniors, seven 
juniors, five sophomores and four freshmen. 



The Dean's Council is made up of girls interested in improving the social and cultural 
activities for the young ladies of Plymouth-Carver. The members serve as big sisters to 
underclassmen and new girls to the school, offer suggestions to improve school policies and 
sponsor talent shows and other beneficial programs. 

The council consists of girls from all four classes and prep, business and general curriculums 
are all represented. 



P. Govoni; D. Heath; P. Ruozzi; F. 
Hart; T. Donelon; E. Alchocachy; J. 
Crocker; S. Radcliffe; Mr. Holton; 
M. Nickerson; M. Brigida; W. Mala- 
guti; C. Govoni; S. Griswold; P. 
Coffey; R. Doten; L. Nicolas; L. 
Wilbur; A. Best. 



Row 1: R. Monteiro; L. Lopes; L. 
Harris; L. Washburn. Row 2: Mrs. 
Urann; J. Murphy; E. Harris; P. 
Brewster; S. Barlow; S. Martin. 
Row 3: T. Andrews; P. Banker; D. 
Pina; J. Bois; D. Farrah; M. 
DaCosta; M. Stefani; C. Govoni. 
Row 4: C. Eziniki; L. Nicolas; J. 
Butterfield; D. Fortini; d. Fry; s. 
Griswold. 




American Field Service 




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The American Field Service, the larg- 
est organization at PCHS, sponsors for- 
eign students attending our school. This 
year it is sponsoring Pilar Fuentes, a 
student from Chile. Dances, food sales, 
and donations of the community help 
this service reach its successful goal. 





Row 1: M. Stewart; M. Couter; C. Gibbs; S. Martin; C. Montanari; C. 
Coffin; P. Fuentes; J. Crocker; L. Washburn; L. Couter; S. Thomas; D. 
Wood. Row 2: K. Bagnell; D. Farrah; A. Gudonis; J. Neri; L. Roberts; J. 
Murphy; C. Swartz; L. Reagan; S. Mostrom; D. Fry; R. Almeida. Row 
3: M. Ferro; C. Gavoni; E. Piirala; J. Dunlap; J. Pimental; S. Radcliffe; 
P. Gavoni; S. Ferro; M. Tuttle; D. Graham; M. Brewster; L. Nicolas. 



Row 4: M. Medeiros; D. Fortini; I. Perez; C. Thompson; P. Banker; M. 
Silva; J. Ashley; D. Lambert; L. Pittella; C. Freeman; B. Loebel; D. 
Thurber. Row 5: C. Arons; D. Heath; C. Grady; B. Brown; J. Chase; C. 
Butterfield; R. Doten; L. McDonald; C. Gately; D. Marvelli; N. Walker; 
L. Sawyer; C. Gately. 



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Bookstore 



The Bookstore was established in order to 
make available to Plymouth-Carver students cur- 
rent books at discount prices. The store is man- 
aged and staffed by members of the student 
body. 




Holly McNeil; Wendy McNeill; Jeanette 
Monti; Absent: Debbie Gavoni 



F. Horton; C. Santos; Y. Dupuis; A. Boucher; M. Pinto; D. Vaughn; J. Costa: W. McNeill: R. Pimental: J. Almeida: D. Pina 



. . and Library Aides 



These students work in the Library before, during, and 
after school. Their duties include circulating library materials, 
shelving books, taking attendance, checking in periodicals, and 
keeping the library in order. The officers are President- 
Yvonne Dupuis; Vice-President— Dorothy Pina: Secretary- 
Joseph Costa; and Treasurer— Fred Horton. At the end of the 
year, the students will go on a field trip. 



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Assisting in An Important Field 





Seated: D. Fortini; L. Harris; L. 
Young; J. Bois Standing: E. Burns; 
D. Farrah; D. Fry; C. Butterfield; J. 
Correa; S. Thomas; S. Mostrom; C. 
Montanari; N. Lopes; C. Rubis 



Guidance Aides have given 
unusual service this year as 
messengers, file clerks, recep- 
tionists and general office assis- 
tants, thus freeing counselors 
and secretaries to give addition- 
al services to students. 
Twenty-two students have vol- 
unteered a total of 67 periods 
each week. The program is of 
value not only to Plymouth- 
Carver High School but also to 
the volunteers who learn skills 
in office procedures and the 
necessity of being accurate and 
dependable. 



Guidance Aids 



What college will it be? 



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Department Secretaries . 




Row I: E. Harris; S. Johnson; J. Furtado; P. Habeeb; D. Pina Row II: D. Morin: C. Pearce: M. Nickerson; C. 
Tavares 



The office assistants are a group of girls who assist the office secretaries. Their duties 
include answering the phone in the main office; taking care of inter-office phone calls; calling 
homes daily for absentees: doing office filing and checking on any student missing or late for 
class each period. The Department Secretaries assist the departments in their paper work by 
typing and duplicating materials. 



Office Assistants 




P. Estes; M. Brigida; D. Pina; Mrs. Whiting; P. Coffey; K. Casey; B. Jordan; M. Medeiros 



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J. Walton; K. Holmes; B. Clark; G. Hart; J. Thatcher; M. 
Swartz; N. Smith; C. Jayko 



A udio- Visual A ids 



The audio-visual department is in charge of all the audio-visual aids 
used in the school. They are charged with the care, maintenance, and 
distribution of all movie equipment, televisions, and tape recorders. The 
students tape television programs for use in the classroom. 




J. Smith; N. Ohannessian; S. Pereira; C. Ezinicki; M. Stefani 



The Lab Assistants are a group of ambitious young people who are 
really interested in the field of Science. By working closely with the 7" L. u. A • * J. J- 

teachers in preparing labs, and doing follow-up work, they have many / j (XO \Jt CXT/Jjiy ^LtStSlSlClrllS 

valuable opportunities to get a deeper understanding of their particular 
field of interest: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, or Earth Science. 



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Girls' Sports Club 



Membership to the Girls' Sports Club is open to any girl connected with sports. Its main 
function is to raise enough money to sponsor various activities. The money is raised through 
food sales and by selling P-C pencils. Its advisers are Miss Nancy MacDuffee and Miss Linda 
Pentheny. 



Row I: S. Vecchi; B. Giovanetti; D. 
Stevens; L. Delano; C. Souza; N. 
Prout; Miss McDuffee; K. Shepard; 

B. Barrows; C. Wagner; D. Young; 
K. Pimental; A. Sampson Row 2: B. 
Barrows; S. Freyermuth; C. Atti; R. 
Reynolds; C. Souza; M. Elliot; E. 
Alchocachy; M. Fratus; H. McNeill; 

C. Curtis; L. Raymond; C. Thomas; 
R. Wilson Row 3: D. Heath; T. 
Wood; N. Marsh; D. Fernandes; F. 
Andrews; C. Pina; R. Magura; E. 
Minsky; L. Roberts; D. Fry; S. 
Correa; P. Brewster; S. Barlow Row 
4: B. Sampson; W. Heath; P. Best; 
B. Fernandes; T. Andrews; R. 
MacLeod; K. Haire; L. Rogers; P. 
Correa; M. Medeiros; P. Meyer; N. 
Darsch; S. Fabri; C. Lodi 




Row 1: W. Parkhurst; R. McCosh; 
P. Stearns; C. Haigh; S. Loud; S. 
Corvini; Mr. Romano; W. Pimental; 
M. Sirrico; L. Shaw; R. Baietti; D. 
Barron; F. Barros Row 2: F. La- 
tosek; C. Donavan; P. Hachey; R. 
Barbieri; J. Leandro; G. Tolonen; S. 
Baker; R. Brown; J. Lopresti; P. 
Fernandes; A. Perry; S. Barboza; R. 
Silva Row 3: J. Darsch; W. Stewart; 
R. Souza; J. Loupos; C. Miranda; T. 
Donelan; J. Youngman; D. May; W. 
Cappella; M. Donelan; S. Dias; J. 
Silva; E. Alchocachy Row 4: R. 
Dethlefsen; B. Tuscher; D. Matinzi; 
R. Dzengeleski; D. Curtis; P. Pin- 
netti; G. Gomes; P. Taylor; P. 
Correa; E. Maccaferri; G. Martin 




Varsity Club 



The Varsity Club consists of those boys who have earned a letter in any of the varsity- 
sports. The two main objectives of the club are to encourage sportsmanship and to promote 
inter-scholastic athletics. In addition, its members serve at ticket booths and at refreshment 
stands, and maintains the Trophy Cabinet. 



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Dance Band and Mixed Chorus 



The Dance Band consists of sixteen talented members from 
all classes. Brass, woodwinds, piano, percussion, and bass are 
the make-up of this lively group of entertainers. They play 
many types of music including the latest in Pops. Their 
performances are at dances, pops, and exchange concerts. 
They are a real asset to the school for entertainment. 



The P-C Mixed Chorus consists of sixty students with 
members of all four classes represented. The group performs at 
school and at civic functions. The music which the chorus 
sings includes choral literature from the sixteenth to twentieth 
centuries as well as concert music, and selections from popular 
musicals. This year the chorus meets five periods a week and is 
a full-credited chorus. The Plymouth singers, a sub-group of 
the chorus, meets after school. Both groups are under the 
direction of Mr. W. Blaine Losh. 



Row 1: E. Mello; T. Doherty; M. Silva; J. Martin Row 2: E. Parziale; D. 
Hatton; M. Carvalho; J. Seaver; D. Wagner; R. Baietti; G. Borcacci; N. 



Arnold Row 3: W. Valente; W. Shaw 





First: M. Fratus; I. Pace; V. Dries; J. Lyman; S. Viera; P. Arons; M. De- 
Costa; Mr. Losh; D. O'Connor; L. Jedry; C. Miller; C. Miller; M. SUva; N. 
Perez; Second: S. Bumpus; D. Ward; W. Silvia; C. Diaz; J. Swales; P. 
James; M. Coombs; P. Kasarjin; S. Burgess; N. Griffin; K. Dietlin; V. 



Clark; D. Andra Third: D. Emery; J. Scanland; A. Hertel; J. Maki; D. 
Davis; W. Bois; P. Holmes; J. Card; S. Ferro; M. Warner; B. Robichaud; 
C. Reed Fourth: K. Rubis; D. Fry; J. Butterfield; A. Hamblin; A. De- 
01ivera;S. Moore; P. Fontaine; K. Costa; N. Lopes; S. Johnson, P. Davis. 



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Clarion and Lit Magazine 



The aim of the school newspaper, the Clarion, is to publish 
the news and activities of the school and to provide students 
with experience in journalism and publishing. The members of 
the newspaper staffs are chosen by the editorial staff with 
recommendations from a teacher. 



The "Lit" is published once a year, in the spring. It was 
organized in 1964 as a way for students to express their 
original creative ideas through essays, stories, and poetry. 
Material is carefully selected on the basis of quality and class 
representation. The staff, which gather and select the writings, 
are members of all classes. 




Row 1: D. Lambert; L. Pittella; L. Harris; W. Rasmussen; D. Graham; E. Harris; C. Curtis, Row 2: T. Doneian; D. MacDonald; K. Emery; M. 
Brewster; C. Thompson; C. Freeman; K. Kramer; J. Flynn; Absent: S. Lindros. 




Row 1: B. Brown; L. Harris; W. Rasmussen; L. Couter; D. Fortini; J. Flynn; S. Griswald, Row 2: D. Thurber; B. Loebel; M. Brewster; D. Graham; S. 
Sherman; L. Nicolas; C. Gavoni. 



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Future Nurses and 



Future Teachers 




Seated: E. Burns; S. Barlow; D. Hamblin; B. Robichaud; A. Furtado, 
Standing: D. Douglas; V. Clark; S. Dearn; C. Vacchino; C. Rubis; J. 

The Future Nurses is a club to bring together all juniors 
and seniors who are interested in furthering their careers in 
health and nursing. Each year the club raises money through 
food sales and dances to award a $150.00 scholarship for a girl 
entering into the nursing field. The Future Nurses frequently 
have field trips to nursing homes for background and addi- 
tional information before pursuing their careers. 



Chase; R. Doten; A. Hertel; L. Savoy; D. Douglas; Mrs. Ruth Volta. 

The Future Teachers of America is a club open to students 
who intend to teach. Monthly meetings, field trips, a teacher- 
aide program and student tutoring are among the clubs 
activities. Volunteers for Head Start, for activities project for. 
exceptional children, and for the summer swim program for 
retarded are provided. The club is a member of the NES and 
MTA which regionally sponsored a conference on January 25 
for Future Teachers on the South Shore and Cape. 




Row 1: L. McDonald; C. Gately; M. Ferro;Mrs. Patenaude; K; Post; C. 
Bates; C. Butterfield; D. Lambert; J. Chase; P. Arons, Row 2: P. 
Gavoni; L. Nicolas; P. Banker; D. McDonald; C. Grady; G. Newcomb; 
N. Smith; D. Wood; D. Fry; D. Farrah; N. Moon.Row 3: N. Darsch;C. 



Silva; I. Vasapollo; M. Brewster;D. Heath; E. Cerasuolo; J. Pimental; L. 
L. Pittella; A. Gundonis;P. Lenzi;C. Arons; S. Lindros Row 4: C. Coffin; 
J. Ashley; C. Gavoni; S. Griswald; K. Burgess; C. Ezinicki, C. Bryant; C. 
Haarala; M. Counter; C. Silva. 



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Front: V. Clark: C. Gavoni: T. Donelan: 
Mr. Cohen; W. Rasmussen, Middle: E. 
West: M. Stefani: L. Nicolas: G. New- 
comb: P. Griffis. Back: M. Wirzburger; S. 
Scott; W. Davis: J. Flynn. 



Debate Club 
and 
Drama Club 




The Debate Club is an organization in which students learn 
the skills and techniques of debating. Any student interested 
in debating may join. The club meets regularly in order to 
build their cases. As a participant in the Southeastern Massa- 
chusetts League, thev compete with other teams tour times 
during the year. 

The Drama Club is composed of students who are inter- 



ested in the many facets of the theater. The main purpose of 
the club i? to provide an opportunity for students to gain a 
practical knowledge of the theater arts through active partici- 
pation in the production of plays. This year the Drama Club 
joined with the various departments of the school to produce 
the Broadwav musical '"Lil Abner". 




Row 1: B. Sampson; N. Marsh; V. Clark: C. Conrad: L. Harris; P. 
Brewster; S. Barlow: K. Kramer: R. Doten: Miss Janet Draghetti; S. 
Ferro: P. Mever: M. Tuttle; M. Medeiros: W. Shaw, Row 2: J. Bastoni: 
D. Diaz; D.' Pond; C. Hollis: P. Davis: M. DeCosta: N. Griffin: J. 
Murphy; J. Ashley; P. .Axons: J. Smith; S. Martin; C. Montanari; A. 
Dunham; W. Valente, Row 3: C. Bates: M. Stewart: K. Morin; A. 
Sampson; L. Delano: S. Fabri: E. Robichaud: D. O'Connor: B. Clark: J. 



Flynn: S. Smith: C. Freeman: C. Henderson: D. Fry; R. Olivera. Row 4: 
N. Smith; K. Post: J. Neri; D. Wood: P. Estes: M. Brigida: S. Lindros; A. 
Leonardi: T. Wood: K. Shepard:J. Scanlon: C.Jayko:D. Correira; D. 
Minor; W. Rasmussen; D. Wood. Row 5: P. Pinnetti: R. Magura: C. 
Thompson: L. Wilbur: L. Risney: P. Pratt: C. Harvey: E. Cerasuelo: A. 
Best: D. Correira; C. Reed: N. Prout; L. Raymond; D. MacDonald: K. 
Souza: A. Al-Chokhachy. 



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Row 1: S. Barlow; K. Kramer; N. Marsh; C. Thomas; S. Martin; V. Clark; J. Smith; T. Wood; C. Souza, Row 2: R. Almeida; C. Harvey; M. 
Wirzburger; A. Dunham; D. Miner; C. Jayko; B. Sampson; A. Butterfield. 



Geological Society 



The Plymouth-Carver Geological Society has been or- 
ganized to develop an educational and recreational pastime 
that places a premium on the individual skills in the area of 
rock and mineral collecting. Membership is limited and basic 
standards of scholastic achievement are required. Most meet- 
ings involve lab work or field trips to collecting localities. 



Chess Club 



Row 1: T. Donelan; W. Rasmussen; E. Alchochachy, 
Row 2: J. Flynn; G. Newcomb;Mr. Robinson. 



The Chess Club was formed by a group of 
boys interested in learning the finer points of this 
age-old game. It has become an interscholastic 
activity. Games are played against other area 
schools. 




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Foreign Language Clubs 



FRENCH CLUB 

Row 1: C. Montanari; S. Martin; D. 
WiUard; N. Marsh; H. McNeill; P. Best; S. 
Griswald; Miss Albertini; C. Gavoni; V. 
Dries; N. Griffin; J. Scanland; P. Arons; 

D. Morgan; N. Moon; M. Tuttle, Row 2: 
S. Jesse; S. Mostrom; K. Brenner; L. 
Bloom; B. Krensky; C. Silva; E. Minsky; 
J. Vasapollo; D. Ribeiro; M. Stewart; S. 
Vecchi; B. Sampson; C. Freeman; C. 
Thompson; P. Lenzi; K. Genovese; A. 
Moores; D. Enos; P. Ryan, Row 3: S. 
Fabri; J. Murphy; M. Sylva; B. Paoletti; 
K. Cadose; K. Souza; J. Ashley; N. 
Prout; D. McDonald; S. Agneau; T. Mar- 
velli; D. Centeio; L. Nicolas; J. Crocker; 
C. Arons; K. Fortini; K. Morey; K. Mc- 
Carthy; C. Gately. Row 4: R. Roane; K. 
Morin; D. Carlson; K. Shepard; P. Estes; 
A. Best; A. Leonardi; D. Correira; S. 
Lindros; M. Brewster; I. Vasapollo; K. 
Burgess; J. Izzo; J. Santerre; K. Maskell; 

E. Gilmore;K. McCarthy; A. Degenhardt; 
M. Regan. 



SPANISH CLUB 

Row 1: P. Haigh; D. Marvelli;C. Gately; 
E. Minsky; Mr. Garcia; S. Sherman; C. 
Souza; S. Vargas; C. Swartz, Row 2: J. 
Lyman; S. Viera; M. Stefani; E. Ceru- 
sulo; L. Pittella; J. Ashley; D. Kamataris; 
B. Brown; L. Sawyer, Row 3: L. Mc- 
Donald; D. Radcliffe; J. Small; P. Ken- 
nedy; P. Caramello; M. Davidson; E. 
Burns; K. Burgess. 



The Language Clubs give students the opportunity to gain international understanding 
by exploring the ideas and customs of people in other lands through field trips, lectures, 
films, and group projects. 











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LATIN CLUB 

Row 1: N. Darsch; D. Miner; G. New- 
comb; D. Douglas; K. Souza; Mr. Dietlin; 
L. Bloom; B. Krensky; N. Arnold; P. 
MacRae; S. Stafford, Row 2: J. White; 
D. Parent; P. Haigh; J. Tynan; J. Avery; 
T. Donelan; D. Heath; J. Bastoni; E. 
Cerasuolo; K. Lahey; K. Haire, Row 3: 
C. Wright; C. Marchi; J. Seiden; L. Haar- 
ala; D. Dunne; A. Dunham; L. Wilbur; C. 
Reed; I. Pace; E. Robichaud; R. Rey- 
nolds. 




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Math Club . . . preparation for a computer society 



The purpose of the Math Club is to increase knowledge and interest in computer 
mathematics and computers. Membership in the Math Club requires that a member maintain a 
cumulative "C" average in mathematics. Several new computers and a new math lab room 
provide the proper needs for the Math Club. 




P. Arons; Mr. Medici; V. Clark; S. 
Perreira; S. Martin; C. Hodgkins; P. 
Griffis; M. Swartz; C. Jayko; K. 
Walker. 



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ful! 






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Spring, the season of life restored— 
New beginnings in vicious cycle. 
Birth, tenderly prepared for, arrives, 
Nursed with the hope and promise 
For a prosperous journey ahead. 
Warmth inspires new desire for freedom. 
Each tiny bud grows in great dimensions 
To provide nature with its special fruit. 
The beauty of a world in full bloom— 

We await this birth with mixed emotions 
As graduation looms ahead. 
Undaunted by obstacles we must face- 
Lingering much longer with friends 
For the warmth of companionship before final parting. 
Memories of a wonderful past, never forgotten. 
We look to a future, bright, vast, 
With determination to succeed. 
Renewed vitality joins us with our plans 
As we set out alone 
To unlock the gates of the world. 
To bring beauty, promise, hope to others— 
In sadness we may part, 
But with mounting excitement, we say hello to 

Spring is our beginning. 



SPRING 



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Hi 



Talent Show 1968 




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"Alright, boys ... I want you to take that again, 
and again, and again . . ." 




A little bit of thought and lots of rehearsing 



Hit it loud and clear, girls! 



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Pilgrim Staffs 

Membership to a staff is purely voluntary. 
The staffs who work on the Pilgrim have 
separate functions. Certain parts of the book 
are handled by a particular staff. Each staff 
is given a deadline to submit its material. 
The work requires the best effort on the part 
of each member. With certain assignments, 
each staff works separately. However, the 
staffs are always working together to com- 
plete the yearbook on time, and make it the 
best representation of our school. 




BUSINESS STAFF 
Standing: D. Lambert; M. Karklin; R. Studley; S. Gellar; S. Dearn; B. Loebel, Seated: A. 
Gudonis; V. Dries; S. Sherman; C. Prussman: C. Simpson; D. Young; C. Silva. 







STAFF EDITORS 
Seated: A. Crocker; C. Gately; P. Meyer; S. Sherman; D. Thurber: Standing: A. Gudonis; S. Johnson; E. Minsky; C. Bates; P. Pinnetti; P. Ruozzi 



BOY'S SPORTS STAFF 
J. Lopresti; D. Curtis; P. Pinnetti; W. Rasmussen; 
Absent: R. Brown 




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CO-EDITORS IN CHIEF 

Paul Ruozzi; Patricia Meyer; Mr. Brian Souza, 
Adviser 



SENIOR STATISTICS 
Seated: J. Furtado; D. Fry; C. Bates; C. Prussman; C. Gately, Standing: L. McDonald; R. Souza; E. Minsky; P. Coffey; R. Magura; N. Walker; A. 
Furtado; L. Pittella. 










CURRICULUM 

D. Morin; C. Gately; J. 
Neri; M. DaRosa. 



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Pilgrim Staffs 



TYPING STAFF 

M. Hollis; J. Correa; J. Chase; M. DaRosa; E. 
Minsky; S. Thomas; E. Silva. 





CO-CURRICULUM 

S. Griswald; C. Gavoni; D. Thurber; S. Thomas; D. Fortini; K. Kramer. 



LITERARY STAFF 

S. Radcliffe; S. Wager; P. 
Banker; A. Gudonis 




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GIRLS' SPORTS STAFF 

K. Pimental; N. Darsch; C. Pruss- 
man; S. Robertson; C. Lodi. 




SECRETARIES 

C. Tavares; P. Gavoni; D. Wood; S. 
Johnson; J. Chase; S. Thomas; J. 
Correa. 



ART STAFF 

Seated: M. Barros; A. Crocker; J. 
Elliot; D. Lambert; L. Roberts, 
Standing: J. Pimental; R. Souza; K. 
Kramer; J. Darsch; C. Coffin; S. 
Strout. 



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If a friend can't tell you, who can? 



Cheer up, you've only got three more years, Sucker! 





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Now, Miss Hebden, watch me. 



Let's put this in Mr. Holton's office. 





Is it really the game she's watching or . . . 



I wish she'd get off my back. 



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But, Mrs. Urann; I lengthened it yesterday. 




Did you hear a bell? I didn't hear a bell. 




Bottoms Up! 



A Minahan using the library? 






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Hi handsome! Not 
you, Bazinski. 



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The 
Juniors 



Paulette Correa, Nancy Valente, Jay Silva, 
Roger Perry 





Mr. Taylor, how about buying your own lunch today? 



Mr. William Johnstone 
Class Advisor 



Hey, Miss Draghetti's in here 
having a cigarette ! 



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But, Mom . . .I've already done my English. 



Roll call, Girls! 







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He huffed, and he puffed, and he blew the house down. 







Taking a peek before the fire drill, huh? 



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Aren't we camera shy ! 




Why doncha come up and see me some time 



ninrai 




The Class 
of 1970 



. . . and then he said he'd make a star 
out of me . . . 



Care to join us? 




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and they say girls gossip. 



Droplets. 

As individuals yet undeveloped 

Tumble slowly, timidly from the fog 

And 

WHOOSH! Into the mainstream 

Become 

A bit more capable, more independent, gather momentum 

But 

The river runs a long way 

Before reaching its ultimate goal. 

It must pass through dark and sluggish valleys, 

Wade through innumerable obstacles. 

There are rocks in the bed of the river 

And . . .mud. 

Impedements which must be overcome or destroyed. 

But the river in its courage and persistence is dauntless. 

Upward it tails— further. 

And further still. 

The way is hard, the way is lonely. 

But, now, the end is near 

The obstacles are overcome 

And in the distance looms-ENLIGHTENMENT. 

There is but one barrier more 

One more peak to climb before the work is through. 

Upward— faster runs the river. 

And a clear, exhilarated song pulsates through its veins. 

There is no foil now 

Nothing slows its progress. 

FINALLY-the summit! 

And over! 

The last barrier broken! 

Downward— Rushes the jubilant river 

Head-over-heels 

Laughs with the exuberence of youth 

Tumbling . . .bubbling . . .boiling . . .Frothing 

WHOOSH! 

Joins finally with the sea. 

And is, at last, at peace. 



SENIORS 




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Plymouth 

SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 



President 
Warren Valente 



1969 




Treasurer 
Joan Pimental 




Carver H. S. 




Julia Almeida 

9 West St., Carver 
Julie . . . "out-going" . . ."Oh, my gosh" . . . 
wants to have twins . . . peeved by a certain 
someone telling her she's cock-eyed!!! 
(J.W.F.) . . . "Library boss??"... prizes the 
'68 Roadrunner . . . happiness is gradua- 
tion . . . "and then what, Julia, twins or 
marriage??" 

Pep Squad 2, 3; Library Staff 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Dean's Council 4; Senior Show 4. 




Priscilla Winslow Anderson 
11 Overlook Terrace 
"Punky" . . . "eager"... "It figures!"... 
wants to be a success . . . peeved by people 
who don't like horses. . . "outdoorsy" . . . 
prizes her white toy poodle and her 
license. . . happiness is An Endless Summer. 
Pep Squad 1, 2; Senior Show 4; Senior Prom 
4; Dance Committees 1, 2; Graduation Ushers 
2; Office 4; Clarion 1; Badminton Intramurals 
1, 2; Volleyball Intramurals 1, 3. 




1969 



George A. Arponen 

Tremont Street, Carver 
Babe... "Hang it up"... "Candid"... 
prizes his diploma . . . hates Ford lovers . . . 
"Rollicking" . . . wants to join the Navy and 
go to LI. of Mass. 





Kafhryn Ann Bagnell 

71 South Street 
"Squeaky" . . . "positive" . . . plans to go to 
college . . . "Ask me if I care" . . . prizes . . . 
that necklace . . . but not . . . Uncle Sam . . . 
why Kathy? . . . "spirited"... happy 
when . . . she receives a letter from Cuba. 
A.F.S. 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 1, 2, 4; Senior Show 
4; Pilgirm 4. 



Joyce Ruth Ashley 

200 Court Street 
"J.R." . . . "Level Headed"... "Hi 
there!" . . . hopes to become a "good" teach- 
er .. . Jerks and wise guys peeve her . . . 
"Studious"... prizes Cromwell... thinking 
and playing her guitar makes her happy. 
A.F.S. 3, 4; Pep Squad 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 3, 
4; Honor Society 4; Spanish Club 4; Heritage 
Day Rep. 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Chorale 2, 3; 
Math Club 4; Intramurals 1,2; Volleyball 1; 
Mass. Girls State Rep. 3. 



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Richard Alan Baietti 

313 Sandwich Street 
"Rick"... Dislikes Know-It-All Girls... 
"composed" . . . Wants to attend college . . . 
"YA Know That"... Prizes his 47 Dodge 
" Power Wagon"... "hard-working"... 
Happy when he wins . . . The mile and . . . 
when there 's a good lobster season. 
Football 1; Basketball 1; Clarion 1, 2; Track 
2, 3, 4; Senior Show 4; Spanish Club 2; 
Pilgrim Staff 4; Band 1, 2, 3. 4. 



1969 






Steven Michael Baker 
Manter's Point 
"Steve" . . . new addition to P-C . . . "mascu- 
line "... "Don 'f give up" . . . college 
bound... and... to be a commercial 
pilot . . . "popular" . . . prizes . . . the testi- 
mony of his church . . . happiness is . . . winn- 
ing that football game . . . peeved when . . . 
told to do something that he's already 
doing!!!! 
Football 4; Senior Show 4. 



Michael Peter Balonis 

52 Davis Street 
Mike . . . "Hey!" . . . wants to become a 
Draftsman . . . peeved by the clique . . . prizes 
Jeanne (of course!) . . . happiness is being 
with Jeanne. 

Senior Show 4; Pilgrim 4; Football 1 ; Senior 
Prom 4. 



Beth Ann Barkhouse 

6 Warren Avenue 
"impulsive "... "Just one 
wants to get the most of life and 
.. How Beth???... "svelte"... 
bothered by social climbers . . . "Cuda" is the 
greatest . . . Beth is happy when just living. 
Homeroom Rep. 1; A.F.S. 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 
3; I.B.M. assistant 4; Girls Track 2; Honorary 
Rotarian 4; Senior Prom 4; Senior Show 4. 



"Beth", 
time" . . , 
enjoy it 




Donald Patch Barron 
32 Alden Street 
"Don"... "rambunctious"... "Are you 
kidden" . . . wants to own a brewery . . . "For 
what, Don?" . . . peeved by staying home . . . 
"spirited" . . . prizes his car. . . going to the 
Baja is what's happening for Don. 
Football 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 
4; Senior Show 4; Soccer 3, 4. 




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Carver H. S. 




Frank Barros 

Box 45 Center Street 
"Stankie" . . . "likeable"... plans include 
artistry work . . . "Your all right" . . . peeved 
by talkable people . . . but prizes D.S. . . . 
"coquetish "... happiness is having D.S. all 
the time. 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Track 4; 
Senior Show 4. 




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Mary Ann Barros 

42 Samoset Street 
Mary Ann... "You got that right!" .. . ( 
wants to go to Art School and then Fashion 
Illustration... peeved by unfriendly 
people . . . happiness is a party (naturally!) 
Marching Girls 1, 2; Cheerleaders 3, 4; Intra- 
murals Volleyball 1, 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim 4; Girls 
Track Day 2, 3, 4; Copper Club 3; Chorus 2; 
Senior Show 4; Sports Club 3, 4; Prom 
Committee 3, 4. 




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Curtis Albert Bates 

54 Standish Avenue 
"Curt" . . . "Hardworking" . . . peeved when a 
certain someone doesn't talk to him . . . ambi- 
tion ... To teach . . . "Prankish" . . . 
prizes . . . his license . . . Being with B and B is 
happiness. 

Town Government Representative 1; Senior 
Show 4; Concessions 3, 4; Bookstore 3; 
Tennis 1, 2; Pilgrim Staff Editor 4; Gradua- 
tion Usher 3; Heritage Day 1; Class Song 
Committee 4; Senior Prom 4; Talent Show 1; 
L'il Abner 4; Future Teachers 3, 4; Dance 
Committees 1, 4. 

Kenneth George Beal 
3 Overlook Terrace 
"Ken" . . . "lively" . . . likes 7th periods with 
Mr. Decourcy? . . . but not those Rookies . . . 
"cute"... hopes to graduate... "Well, I'll 
tell ya!" . . . college bound... "happi- 
ness".. . is U.F.T.M... 
the dugout. 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball 1; S.A.S. 3, 

sentative 3, 4; Junior Prom 3; Senior Prom 4; 
Senior Show 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim 
4; Dance Committees 3, 4. 




Wayne Alan Beaulieu 

407 Court Street 
"Wayne"... prizes his Rick surfboard... 
Playboy?!!!? . . . "Shoot it!!!" . . . peeved by 
no buyer . . . "spirited" . . . "bold" . . . happi- 
ness in Anheuser-Busch Inc. 
Track 2; Senior Show 4. 



and . . . the girls at 

Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
4; Homeroom Repre- 



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Adele Bongiovanni 

3 South Cherry St. 
Adele... "individualistic"... "You're kid- 
ding!". . . wants to graduate from college . . . 
peeved by that third period class . . . "consid- 
erate" . . . prizes her contact lenses . . . happi- 
ness is the weekend, being independent, and 
the summer . . . (what about that party?!) 
Clarion 1, 2, 3, 4; Lit 1, 2; French Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; Pep Squad 1; Senior Show 4; Senior 
Prom 4; Graduation Usher 1; Guidance Aide 
4; Woman's Club 4. 



1969 






Barbara Jean Brown 

26 Spooner Street 
"Barb"... "humble"... "You got to be 
kidding!"... wants to join the Peace 
Corp . . . "unique" . . . snobs bother her . . . 
prizes her "true" friends . . . happiness is an 
endless summer! 

Library- Aide 1: Pep Squad 1, 2; Senior Show 
4; Lit 4: Pilgrim 4: A.F.S. 4; Spanish Club 4. 



Russell Francis Brown 

261 Sandwich Street 

"Rusty"... "Dedicated"... wants to win 

the tech!... peeved by losing a basketball 



game 69-67! 



prizes P.B. . . . "com- 



posed" . .. happiness is being with a certain 
someone. 

Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Cross 
Country 3, 4; Baseball 1; Varsity Club 1, 3, 4; 
Intramurals 2, 3; Student Council Representa- 
tive 4; Boys Sports Staff 4; Homeroom 
Representative 3; Senior Show 4. 



George Henry Brown 

67 Pleasant Street 
George . . . "Shoot it on in" . . . wants to go 
into the Navy . . . peeved by people who call 
him Georgie . . . prizes his 64 Chevelle . . . 
happiness is going to the BA-JA (well alright!) 
Football 1; Work Study 3, 4; Senior Show 4; 
Talent Show 1 ; Intramurals. 



Catherine Bryant 

4 Meadow Street 
Carver 
"Cathy"... probing... dislikes... being 
kept waiting... happiness... is... being 
with Ronny . . . wants . . . 
grade . . . and . . . to marry . 
prizes . . . Ronny. 

Student Day Exchange 3; Lighthouse Project 
3; Senior Prom 4; Senior Show 4; Intramurals 
1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 1,2; Student Govern- 
ment Day 1; Junior Prom 3; Future Teacher's 
4; Women's Club 4. 



to teach first 
. "spirited" . . . 




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Carver H. S. 




Sharin Lee Bumpus 

Braley Lane RFD No. 4 
Sharin"... "You're outa your tree 
kid! "... wants to graduate and get mar- 
ried .. . prizes that certain ring... happy 
when with Chuck . . . but . . . peeved by Mr. 
R. and Miss C. 
Chorus 2, 3, 4. 




Peggy Lee Burton 

26 Olmstead Terrace 
Peggy . . . "Amusing" . . . wishes to travel . . . 
"Wise up!"... prizes a certain ring... 
"fair"... hates getting up early Monday 
mornings . . . Weekends at Ellen 's make her 
happy . . . Why Peggy ? 

Future Nurses 1; Pep Squad 2; Fashion Show 
1 ; Senior Show 4. 




1969 





Carolyn Butterfield 

1 5 Coles Lane 
"Carolyn"... "considerate"... "No! No! 
No!" . . . prizes her little sister Amy . . . "soci- 
able" . . . here comes a Math teacher . . . 
peeved by R.D. . . . happy when babysitting 
on weekends. 

Guidance Aid 3, 4; Future Teachers 3, 4; 
Future Nurses 2, 3; A.F.S. 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 
2; Pilgrim 4; Senior Show 4; Senior Prom 
Committee 4; Concessions 4; Chorus 2. 




John Albert Canevazzi 

8 Prince Street 
"Impulsive"... Jackie... a future drafts- 
man . . . license . . . That penny in the bot- 
tle .. . ??? . . . "you know that, Mac!" . . . 
good natured . . . Being with whom?? 
Senior Show 4. 



Alfred Arthur Camara 

22 Hamilton Street 
"Arttie" . . . "Wave to the people, Henry" . . . 
"sporty" . . . wants to go to college . . . and 
major in History . . . "active" . . . Peeved . . . 
by 5th period study . . . and Mr. MH! . . . 
prizes Archie . . . happiness is . . . playing for 
the New York Mets. 

Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1; Intramurals 2, 3, 
4; Senior Show 4; Weightlifting 3, 4. 



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David Lee Centeio 

Meadow Street, Carver 
Dave ... "I doubt it" . . . "Neat" . . . prizes 
that "58" Ford. . . but . . . watch out for 
Beany 's driving... Dave's bound for the 
Marine Corp . . . "Carveritc?" . . . happy with 
that certain girl . . . and the weekend . . . I 
wonder why?? 
Baseball 1,2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Soccer 3. 



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Amy Beth Cleveland 

Doten Road 
"Trixie Trippee" . . . "foxy" . . . "Is he really 
ahead" . . . ambition to believe . . . "earn- 
est" . . . peeved by stale smoke in the 
V.W. . . . prizes an excedrin bottle . . . happi- 
ness is Peter. 



Bruce Edward Clark 

Lakeview Street 
South Carver 
Bruce . . . "Unreal" . . . Roily . . . brithe . . . 
Anchors away . . . college . . . and a million 
dollars . . . are his future plans . . . peeves by 
the hippies and dogs . . . but not . . . making 
more money than he can spend . . . $$$ 



Margaret Frances Coffey 
3 Murray Street 
. "Is that right?" . . . "grandoise" . . . 
wants to be successful . . . and happy . . . 
peeved by shy and possessive people . . . 
"magnanimous"... prizes her sailboat... 
from whom?... happiness is... complete 
freedom. 

A.F.S. 1, 2; Chorus 1, 2; Prom Committees 3, 
4; Senior Show 4; Office Assistant 4; Leader 
Corp. 4; Pilgrim 4; Future Nurses 3. 



Joan Sophia Chase 

42 Stafford Street 
"Joanie" . . . wants to go to college and be an 
elementary teacher... "considerate"., 
bothered by insincere and conceited people, 
and useless arguments . . . prizes her classring, 
true friends, and her godchild "Kim"... 
"demure" . . . happiness is sleeping late morn- 
ings (yawn). 

A.F.S. 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers 3, 4; Pilgrim 
4; Future Nurses 2, 3, 4; Clarion 3, 4; Pep 
Squad 2; Senior Show 4; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee 4; Typist Pool 3. 




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David Melvin Conroy 

58 Alden Street 
"Dave" . . . intellectual . . . wants to play at 
B.G. again... "That's wonderful!"... ath- 
letic . . . prizes a B-ball . . . Rainy days peeve 
him . . . but happiness is "swish!" 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Cross-country 1, 3, 4; 
Track 3; Homeroom Rep. 




Christine Coffin 

Rocky Hill Road 
"Tean" . . . "devoted"... "Are you ser- 
ious?". . . plans to teach high school art . . . 
and travel . . . unfriendly people peeve 
Tean . . . "punctual" . . . prizes "Oscar" . . . 
happiness is getting out of Plymouth as much 
as possible . . . and W.P. 

Art Club 1; Spanish Club 2, 3; Treasurer 2; 
Marching Girls 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain 4; A.F.S. 3, 
4; President 4; Student Council 3, 4; Secre- 
tary 4; Homeroom Representative 3, 4; Senior 
Show 4; Graduation Arch Bearer 2, 3; Dance 
Committees 2, 3, 4; Teacher Aide 3; Talent 
Show 3, 4; Junior and Senior Prom 3, 4; 
Future Teachers 3, 4. 





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Cheryle Bernadette Correa 

30 Whiting Street 
"Cher"... "whimsical"... prizes her baby 
sister. . . but not that sophomore sister . . . 
"Yea Right!"... wants to become a profes- 
sional dancer . . . happiness is a certain Bridge- 
water boy from the class of "69" and T.E.C. 
Majorettes 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 4; L'il Abner 
Choreographer 4. 



Stephen William Corvini 

1 South Cherry Street 
Steve... "organized"... happiness is gym 
classes with Mr. Cryer . . . "Aw Nuts!" . . . 
Dislikes those French classes . . . Why 
Steve?... Future math major... "studi- 
ous". . . prizes his license and car. 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 
1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Dance Band 3; Student Govern- 
ment Day 1. 




Jeanne Marie Correa 

62 Seven Hills Road 
Jeanne... "outgoing"... "That's life"... 
plans include teaching a kindergarten . . . then 
marriage... "Can we guess, Jeanne?"... 
peeved by the clique . . . Sister Kristen is 
prized. . . Happiness is being with Mike. . . 
Sweet! 

Senior Show 4; Senior Prom 4; Pilgrim 4; 
Class Song 4; Guidance Assistance 4. 



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Antone Joseph Costa 
Carver Road 
"Mrs. Grimble"... wants... to be like 
Jeanne Glens . . . prizes . . . those nickels . . . 
and . . . dimes . . . "Happy" with . . . the sum- 
mer nites at the lampsite . . . "It was valla a 
pudge" . . . "relaxed" . . . but ... oh . . . that 
Gertie . . . and . . . her handcups. 



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Kevin Peter Cotti 

34 North Spooner Street 
Kevin... racy... a future "ace" me- 
chaine . . . prankish . . . prizes his Fairland 
G.T. . . . what about Chevy lovers???... 
Happiness is . . . those Sunday nite trips to 
Boston. 

Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Work Study 4; Senior 
Show 4. 



Eileen Frances Cox 

2 Bayberry Road 
Manomet 
"Leen" . . . "frolicsome" . . . a future airline 
stewardess . . . "happiness" . . . is . . . waking 
up on a Monday morning and not going to 
school . . . "sincere " . . . prizes her money . . . 
but . . . gym class . . . No. 
Guidance Aid 2, 3; Senior Show 4; Pilgrim 4; 
Senior Prom 4; Pep Squad 2; Graduation 
Usher 3. 



Mary Leilani Couter 

West Pond Road 
Lani . . . "sophisticated"... so "Mazel 
taffl" . . . hopes to keep the pact . . . dislikes 
peopel who call her Mary . . . "devoted" . . . 
happiness is summer time . . . tarot cards. 
Marching Girls 2, 3, 4; Book Store 2, 3; 
A.F.S. 3, 4; Co-Editor of "Lit" 4; Future 
Teachers 3, 4; Drama Club 3; French Club 3; 
Senior Show 4; Lit 3, 4; A.F.S. Host Sister 4; 
Senior Statistics 3; Honorary Student Council 
Member 4. 



Alison Elizabeth Crocker 
Old Sandwich Road 
Ellisville 
. "Talented" . . . ambition to go to 
sister named Jenny peeves her . . . 
. prizes keys to the VW . . . 
happiness is Freak Night... 






"Lissa ' 

college 

"easy-going 

"reserved" . 

You Bet! 

Debate Club 1, 2; President 2; Clarion 1, 2, 3; 

Lit Magazine 3; Pilgrim Art Staff 1, Editor 4; 

Leader Corps 3, 4; French Club 1; Senior 

Show 4; L'il Abner 4. 



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Kathleen Mary Curran 

10 Nelson Street 
"Kate "... prizes her books . . . "deter- 
mined". . . ambition— to write the "Great 
American Novel". . . "If it wasn't for BAD 
luck, I wouldn't have ANY luck at all" . . . 
"active "... peeved by small talk . . . Happi- 
ness is no more crawling animals. 




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Marie Jennifer DaCosta 

20 Savery Ave. 
Jackie . . . "Oh Brother" . . . plans to be a hair 
dresser . . . prized possession . . . her 
license . . . peeved by Mr. M. . . . and 
snobs . . . happiness is . . . being with friends. 
Senior Show 4; Talent Show 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Library Aide 1; Art Assistant 2; Future 
Nurses 1; Pep Squad 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Nurse Assistant 4; Senior Usherette 4; Junior 
Prom. 




1969 




Marie Joanne Da Rosa 
Center Street, Carver 
"Ree Ree" . . . "There ya go!!!" . . . "friend- 
ly". . . prizes those letters from . . . Viet- 
nam . . . Marie wants to be a beautician . . . 
but thumbs down on people with nasty 
dispositions... "reserved"... She'll be 
happy . . . when ... a certain guy comes 
home from Vietnam. 

Future Nurses 1, 2, 4; Pep Squad 1, 2, 4; 
Chorus 1; Senior Show 4; Concession 4. 

Nancy Mary Darsch 
Sunrise Avenue 
Nance. . . "out-going" . . "Cheeza" . . . hopes 
to get through P.E. and teach . . . Monday 
mornings and Hingham peeve her . . . her 
license and elbows are prized . . . "Elbows, 
Dash??!" . . . "athletic" . . . happiness is winn- 
ing a banana split!!! 

Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls Sports Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Pilgrim 3, 4; Senior Concessions 4; Band 1,2; 
Senior Show 4; Lab Assistant 2; Vice-Presi- 
dent 1; Future Teachers 3, 4. 




Jeffrey Joseph Darsch 

3 Mt. Pleasant Street 
"Jeff" . . . "easy going" . . . "Hang loose" . . . 
Oh ya Jeff! . . . prizes his V. W. . . . but not 
P.E. . . . wants to go to Vietnam . . . and 
home again... "flirtatious"... happiness 
is.. . T.E.C.No. 13. 

Football 1; Baseball 1; Cross Country 2; Work 
Study 3; Soccer 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; 
Chess Club 2; Senior Show 4; Talent Show 3, 
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Patricia Susan Davis 

Beaver Dam Road 
Grease Monkey . . . Sock it to me . . . 
sprite . . . Patty wants to be a hair dresser . . . 
Mr. Robinson and teachers in the girls room 
peeve her . . . content . . . Happiness is being 
free from a certain someone . 



1969 




Edwin Robert Delano, Jr. 

I86V2 Summer Street 
"Ed"... "Be right"... "Bright"... wants 
to be a jet mechanic . . prizes that Jeep . . . 
but not... Cotti's Ford... How come, 
Ed? . . . "happy" . . . happy when . . . hunting 
beach Jeeps . . .??? 




Paul Maurice DeCost 

132'/2 Sandwich Street 
"Paul"... "Be right"... why?... lost... 
off to the Maritime Academy . . . prizes his 
license . . . but . . . thumbs down ... to 
physics with Miss D . . . "individualistic " . . 
friendly . . . coming to school and finding all 
gym teachers sick . . . is his happiness. 
Football 2, 3; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Intramruals 1, 
2,4. 



Theodore Neil Dias 

26 Peck Avenue 
"Teddy"... "adaptable"... wants 
successful (at what?) . . . prizes his car 
"determined" . . . peeved by stupid people 
happiness is being with Paulette. 
Senior Show 4; Track 2, 3; Band 1. 



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Michael Hines Donelan 

10 Clyfton Street 
"Mike "... amiable . . . wants to get away . . . 
the world peeves him . . . athletic . . . prizes 
his membership in the UFTM . . . Happiness is 
going to the dugout . . . Why, Mike? . . . "Got 
a haircut last week. " 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Weight- 
lifting 2, 3, 4; Intramruals 2, 3; Student 
Council 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Heritage Day 
1; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom 
3; Senior Show 4. 




Roseann Doten 

12 Towns Street 
"Rosy "... "busy "... a future nurse . . . Oh, 
no . . . another one of Mr. Dietlin 's lec- 
tures .. . "Rat's"... "sociable"... "happi- 
ness" ... is . . . finding the opener to a roll of 
lifesavers. 

Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Future Nurse's Club 2, 3, 
4; Leader Corps 3, 4; Guidance Aide 2, 3, 4; 
A.F.S. 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 2; Pilgrim 4; 
Senior Show 4; Senior Prom 4; Junior Prom 
3; Concessions 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Lab 
Assistant 2. 




1969 



Robert Drake 

27 Rexford Road 




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Yvonne Marie Dupuis 

20 Davis Street 
"Bonnie"... enthusiastic... "Sorry about 
that" . . . wants to be sucessful . . . peeved by 
a certain teacher . . . prizes her classring and a 
stuffed monkey (from whom?)... obli- 
ging . . . happiness is no school . . . getting out 
of 7th period for an away game. 
Field Hockey, Manager 2, 3, 4; Softball 1, 2; 
Softball Manager 3; Library Staff 3, 4; Pep 
Squad 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Virginia Josephine Dries 

20 Standish Court 
"Ginny".. . "scholarly". . . "Hi". . plans in- 
clude college . . . and traveling . . . peeved by 
people who are always late . . . "WHO 
Gin?"... "persistant"... prizes her 
piano ... A certain Canadian friend makes 
Ginny happy. 

Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Math Club 1, 2; Spanish 
club 3, 4; Talent Show 3; Future Teachers 
Club 3; Chorale 2, 3; French Club 2, 3, 4; 
Deans Council 1, 2, 3; Senior Show 4. 



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Ronald Edward Dzengeleski 

Bartlett Road, Manomet 
"Ding-a-ling"... "wordly" . . . "Knock it 
off! . . . wants to go to college . . peeved by- 
having no place to go!... "sociable"... 
prizes his 56 G.T.O. . . . happiness is C.G. 






1969 






Brian Andrew Fames 
Gate Street, Carver 
"Barn" . . . "Lappy-Lap" . . . oh ya!! . . . 
prizes that '57 Chevy . . . but not . . . people 
who drive S-L-O-W . . . Shy and Tricky . . . to 
graduate is Brian's hope . . . "On the go" . . . 
happy with a tank full of gas. 
Baseball 1, 2, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Jill Elliot 

RFDNo. 1 
"Jill" . . . "pretty" . . . "You don't have to ya 
know!"... peeved by those small fresh- 
man... "Frank"... prizes her bip-bee? 
(what!?!? . ..)... happiness is graduating fin- 
ally. 

Bookstore 3; Dance Committees 3, 4; Prom 
Committees 3, 4; Senior Show 4; Pilgrim 4. 





Martin Anthony Enos 




Russell Mills Road 


Marty . . 


"pensive"... "Your Drunk"... 


Oh how 


those study hall teachers peeve 


him! . . . 


"Trust-worthy"... prizes his 


guns . . . 


happiness is winning a soccer 


game! . . . 


Maybe??? 



Wayne A. Erickson 

Meadow Street, Carver 
Lei/. . . "alpine" . . Watch out Navy, here he 
comes . . . "What ya say?" . . . prizes his "65" 
Comet... "placid"... happiness is work 
study. 




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Valerie Fernandes 

131 Center Street 
North Carver 
"Val" . . . "warm"... "You know that 
Jack" . . . wants to be a hairdresser. . . dislikes 
people minding other people's business... 
"natural" . . . prizes S.D. . . . happiness is 
going out with a certain boy. 
Sports Club 1, 2, 4; Library Staff 3; Basket- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 4; Softball 1, 2, 3, 
4; Pep Squad 1,2, 3, 4. 




Paul Fernandes 

West Street, Carver 
"It's good for you!!!" . . . "Bear" . . . muscu- 
line . . . prizes that . . . Black Chevy ... but 
not . . . A.F. . . . how come?? . . . good- 
natured . . . smile Paul . . . here comes . . . 
Donna. 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Show 4; Work Study 3, 4. 





1969 



Monica Ferro 

16 Prince Street 
"Monny" . . . "gentle" . . . future teacher . . . 
"Really??" . . . "cordial". . . peeved by Mon- 
day mornings . . . and happy when there 's no 
school . . . prizes her license. 
Marching Girls 2, 3, 4; A.F.S. 3, 4; French 
Club 2, 3, 4; Guidance Aid 2, 3; Drama Club 
3; Future Teachers Club 3, 4; Pilgrim 4; 
Graduation Usher 1, 3; Senior Show 4; 
Student Government Day 1. 



Nelson Anthony Fontes 

Center Street 
Carver 
. . Shoot it . . . virile . . . Nelson 
to be involved in Professional 
. . gregarious . . . peeved by conceited 
"My car" . . . happiness is gradua- 




"Richie" 
Hawaii . . 
6y Mr. C. 
it!!!"... 



Nelson . 

wants 

Sports . . 

people . 

tion. 

Basketball 1; Soccer 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Intramurals 1,2, 3, 4. 



Richard Carlton Folsom 

9 Mayflower Street 

wants to travel and visit 

. "chatty" . . . "probing" . . peeved 

. . . "Don't knock it til you've done 

prizes his class ring . . . happy when 



playing his records. 



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Alice Patricia Furtado 

10 Christopher Road 
Alice . . . "charming" . . . "oh yaaa" . . . 
wants to get Marie in all her classes . . . 
"austere"... peeved by P.F. (who's that, 
Alice?) . . . prizes the good times in Petrell's 
Olds . . . happiness is a party. 
Field Hockey 2; Sports Club 2; Intramurals 2, 
3; Talent Show 3; Bookstore 3, 4; Senior 
Statistics 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; Senior 
Show 4; Graduation Usher 3; L'il Abner- 
Costumes 4. 



Donna Marie Fortini 
6 Grandview Drive 
"Dawn"... "modish"... "So what"... 
wants to be an Airline Stewardess . . . what 
for?? . . ."congenial" . . . peeved by snobs . . . 
prizes her license . . . happiness is her week- 
ends (why). 

Cheerleaders 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 4; Pilgrim 
4; Drama Club 1; A.F.S. 2, 3, 4; "Lit" 4; 
Guidance Assistant 4; Sports Club 2; Spanish 
Club 2; Pep Squad 2; Deans Council 4; 
Graduation Usher 3. 








Pilar Fuentes V. 
West Pond 
"Pili" . . . our foreign exchange student... 
wants to finish college... "stylish"... 
"blushing" . . . "Noemi" . . . what's that? . . . 
prizes... her ski equipment... happiness 
is . . . Vida . . . Life! 

A.F.S. 4; Honor Society 4; Honorary member 
S.A.S. 4; Marching Girls 4; Senior Show 4; 
Tennis Intramurals 4. 



Deborah Lee Fry 

25 Stafford Street 
"Debt" . . . "Lively" . . . peeved by her baby 
brother... "You'd be surprised"... "Tal- 
ented". . .wants to teach music . . . prizes . . . 
"Boris" and her families love... happiness 
is . . . her second family. 
Cheerleaders 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain 4; Chorus 
1, 2, 3, 4; President 4; Gym Show 2; 
Guidance Aid 4; Girls Track Meet 2; Drama 
Club 2, 3, 4; Woman's Club Representative 4; 
L'il Abner 4; Senior Show 4; Girls Sports 
Club 1, 2, 3,4; Deans Council 3, 4; A.F.S. 3, 
4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Pilgrim Staff 4; Pep 
Squad 1,2, 3, 4; Bookstore 3. 



Jean Marie Furtado 

7 Cordage Street 
Jeanie . . . "beaming" . . . "Oh brother" . . . 
hopes on marriage and a good life . . . 
"Spicy". . . peeved by late people. . . "Who 
Jean?!" . . . Happy when with Bobby. 
Pep Squad 1, 2; Senior Show 4; Marching 
Girls 3, 4; Talent Show 4. 




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Christine Gately 

68 Sandwich Street 
Chris . . . bouncy . . . whimsical . . . "Defin- 
ately!!" . . . prizes her gold ring... but 
frowns to . . . P.P. . . . and Ds . . . 
"groovy "... wants to graduate from col- 
lege . . . then travel . . . and change the 
world. . . doesn't everybody . . . H.O.G.O.C. 
A.F.S. 1, 2, 3, 4; Marching Girls 2, 3, 4; Latin 
Club 1, 2; Spanish Club 3, 4; Math Club 1; 
Tennis 1; Future Teachers 3, 4; Women's Club 
4; Senior Show 4; Prom Committees 3, 4; 
Dance Committee 3; Pilgrim 4; Graduation 
Usher 3; Town Government Rep. 3; Home- 
room Rep. 3. 




Catherine Gately 

68 Sandwich St. 
"Cathy" . . . ' calm . . . "Ya" . . . wants to 
finish college . . . peeved by being sick . . . 
"pleasant"... prizes a certain necklace... 
happiness... is going with R.E.D. (that's 
understandable). 

Graduation Usherette 3; Marching Girls 2, 3; 
A.F.S. 1, 3, 4; Latin Club 1; Math Club 1; 
Spanish Club 3; Woman's Club Rep. 4; Senior 
Show 4; Prom Committee 4; Dance Commit- 
tees 2, 3, 4; Pilgrim 4; Future Teachers 4. 





1969 



Sherman A. Geller 

3 Lothrop Street 
"Sherm" . . . "intelligent" . . . wants to be a 
success . . . prizes his Pilgrim hat . . . but . . . 
French . . . No! . . . "Right, try another 
one"... "composed"... "Happiness"... 
is . . . long week-ends . . . and . . . short weeks. 
Band 1, 2; Franch Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Club 
1; Usher at Memorial Hall for Boston Pops 3; 
Tennis 1, 2, 4; Pilgrim Business Staff 4; Senior 
Show 4; Language Lab Assistant 2; Home- 
room Representative 4. 



Gregory Paul Gomes 

46 High Street 

North Carver 
"Beany" . . . ambitious . . . Tell ya now . . . 
wants to attend a Junior College . . . service 
bound . . . "easy-going" . . . peeved by Mon- 
day mornings and 6th period English class . . . 
prizes his 57 Chevy . . . happiness is the Tech 
Tourney. 

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 4; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 4; 
Graduation Usher 3; Dance Committee 1. 







Thomas Peter Giovanetti 
29 Sunrise Avenue 
"Tommy"... "devoted"... "What can I 
say?"... Oh! that first period class... 
zzzzz . . . Tom 's college bound . . . and . . . 
winning the OCL ... is his happiness . . . 
quiet . . . prizes those golf clubs . . . FORE!!! 
Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2. 



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Brenda Lee Goodwin 

Beaver Dam Road 
Manomet 
"Keep the faith "... Brandie . . . 
wedding bells are in her future . . . 
prizes that hope chest . . . Joey . 
down to Uncle Sam. 



Petite . . . 
cherry . .,. 
. . thumbs 



1969 






Anne Louise Gudonis 

51 Forest Avenue Exit 
"Anne" . . . "studious" . . . wants to teach . .. 
peeved by Monday mornings . ,. prizes her 
STUFFED ANIMALS.. . "quiet". . . happi- 
ness is sleeping late on Saturdays. 
Bookstore 2; A.F.S. 3, 4; National Honor 
Society 3, 4; Math Club 2, 4; French Club 2, 
3, 4; Drama Club 3; Pep Squad 2, 3; Women's 
Club Representative 4; Pilgrim Business Staff 
4; Literary Editor 4; Senior Show 4; Junior 
Homeroom Representative 3; Chorus 3; Intra- 
mruals 2; (badminton); Future Teachers of 
America Tutoring 3; Teacher's Aide 3; Head 
Start 2, 3. 






Sharon Lee Grennell 

3 Town Street 
"Shan" . . . "witty" . .,. bound for . . . Hair- 
dressing school . . . Oh! . . . those Monday 
mornings . . . "prankish" . . . prizes her 
license ...and those WEEKENDS!!! . . . what 
happens Sharon?? 

Pep Squad 1; Graduation Usher 1; Senior 
Show 4. 



Cheryl Ann Haarala 
332 Popes Rd. 
West Carver 
"Cheryl"... "gay"... "Oh, I don't 
know." . . . wants to teach . . . peeved by a 
certain brother . . . "soft spoken" . . . prizes 
her car . . . happiness is a full tank of gas. 
Pep Squad 1, 2; Art Club 2; Enameling Club 
2; Future Teachers 3, 4; Teacher Aide 3; 
Pilgrim 4; Senior Show 4; Prom Committee 4; 
National Honor Society 4. 



Paula Catherine Govoni 
8 Karle Place 
"Paula". . . easy going. . . future teacher . . . 
happiness is going to the beach with a certain 
someone . . . "Hey you" . . . quiet . . dislikes 
not having the car . . . prizes her tan. 
Teacher Aid 3, 4; Leader Corps 4; Pilgrim 4; 
A.F.S. 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Teachers 3, 4; Future 
Nurses 2, 3; Homeroom Representative 3; 
Guidance Assistant 4: Clarion 2; Senior Show 
4; Women's Club Representative 4: Student 
Govt. Dav 1. 




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Patricia Ann Habeeb 

115'/2 Summer Street 
"Pat" . . . "serene" . . .prizes . . .her 
friends . . .happy with . . .a license . . . 
and . . .a car .. ."You know that!"... 
business school bound . . . People who think 
they 're better than others . . . peeve her ... a 
future secretary . . . "saucy. " 
Intramurals; Secretarial Pool 4; Senior Show 
4; Food Sale 4. 





1969 



McAllister Jefferson Haigh 

Summer Street 
Cal . . . plans include college ... in Hawaii . . . 
"independent"... prizes relitivly simple 
grasp of the un obvious. .. It's no big 
thing. . . "out-going" . . . happiness is Peace. 
Soccer 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Spanish Club 1, 
2; A. F. S. 4; Prom Committees 3, 4; Town 
Govt. Rep. 1; Talent Show 3; Student Ex- 
change Program 3; Homeroom Rep. 3; Senior 
Show 4; Pilgrim 4. 




Paul David Halunen 

Main Street 
Carver 
Hal. . . quick . . . "Duba" . . . cement or 
paste ... a future Mason . . . carefree . . . cold 
ones please him . . . turn your back on Bossy 
People. 





Donna Marie Hamblin 

3'/2 Town Street 









"Don"... "shy"... "J ing-a-ling" ... peeved 








by . . . her brothers . . . but ... Oh . . . those 








letters! . . . from whom Donna? . . . a future 








nurse . . . happy . . . with . . . that certain guy. 




Karen Louise Hanson 




Future Nurses 3, 4. 




Beaver Dam Road 








Manomet 






Getting . 


. . (zzz) up Monday mornings . . . 




peeves 


Karen . . . mild ... 


you know 




that!" . . 


. prizes . . . her charm 


bracelet . . . 




obliging 


. . G:W. . . . a future secretary. 





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David Ellison Harper 

4 Washington Street 
Dave... "smart"... "Well all right"... 
wants to teach woodworking . . . peeved by 
snobbish girls . . . conscientious . . . prizes his 
license . . . happiness is getting his pay check. 
Intramurals 2; Driver Ed 3. 



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Eunice Rae Harris 

171 Jordan Road 
"Eunie" . . . "flitty" . . . wants to travel to 
South America . . . "Wait a minute!" . . . likes 
a linguica pizza . . . with mushrooms . . . 
prizes . . . her brother's extra car key . . . 
"devoted" . . . peeved by . . . Lunch C. 
Spanish Club 1, 2; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3, 4; Girl's 
Track 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 4; Clarion 4; 
Office Worker 4; Litde Abner 4. 



Frederick Michael Hart 
Doten Road 
"Rockey" . . . "I may not always be right, but 
I'm never wrong"... "energenic" . . . prizes 
his '62 "Slush Puddler" . . . wants to be an air 
traffic controller . . . "studious" . . . happiness 
is owning my own plane. 
Debate Club 1; Leader Corps 2, 3, 4; Weight 
Lifting 1; Chorus 2; Work Study 4; Chess 
Club 2; Library 1; Drama Club Production 
Crew 2; Intramurals 1, 2. 



Victor Marc Higgins 
234 Standish Avenue 
"Vickie" . . . "amicable" . . . peeved with . . . 
his Little Brother ... "59" Ramblers . . . 
"67" Cougars . . prizes . . Laurel I . . . wants 
to make a $1,000,000 a week . . . "Not 
Really" ... Happy when with Laurel I., 
"calm. " 

Chess Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 4; Intra- 
murals 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Donald Paul Hitchcock 
16 Wareharm Street 
South Carver 
"Knuck". . . requich . . . "Rubbish "... "60" 
Chevy . . . Too bad . . . Blue lights on blue 
cars . . never . . . Harmonious . . . Future plans 
are to play . . . what??? 




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Marjorie Mollis 
Rocky Hill Road 
Marg . . ."cute" . . . "Ya know"... wants to 
get married . . . peeved by coming home 
early . . . prizes a certain ring . . . "polite "... 
happiness is being with Bill (that's under- 
standable!). 
Senior Show 4; Pilgrim 4. 



Debbi Anna Holmes 

Main Street, Carver 
"Debbi". . . "Hot Dog!". ..T.P. I. L. I. B. 
T. B. W. . . . hopes to become a hairdress- 
er .. . "flirtacious" . . . being with Philip 
makes this girl happy . . . but not the Carver 
Cops!! 

Pep Squad 1, 2; Library Staff 3; Drama Club 
1, 2; Cafeteria Aid 3. 





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Russell William Holmes 
Long Pond Road 
"I don't want to do it!" . . . Russ . . . help- 
ful . . . to own a bog . . . thumbs down to D. 
JV. . . . but, those guns . . . Oh! to have 
friends . . . good natured. 
Baseball 1, 2. 




Cassandra Lee Houston 

7 Plymouth Street, Carver 
Cussy . . . talkative . . . "Would you be- 
lieve . . . smiles for . . . Steve's letters . . . what 
about when he comes home. . .??? . . . ener- 
getic . . . hairdresser. 

Senior Show 4; Drama Club 2; Debate Club 2; 
Future Nurses 1, 2. 



Sandra Kendrick Holmes 

Main Street, Carver 
"Sandy". . . "zany". . . "Oh Man". . . wants 
to be an airline stewardess . . . peeved by a 
certain lady . . . prizes a certain guy in the Air 
Force . . . "spicy "... happiness is the sum- 
mer of 1968... P. I. L. B. T. B. W. 
Chorus 1, 2; Cafeteria Aid 1, 2, 3, 4; Future 
Nurses Club 4. 



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John M. Iacoviello 

42 Dwight Ave. 
John . . . "reserved" . . . wants to be a Psycho- 
logist .. . "Wow"... prizes his motor- 
scooter . . . but not getting to school late . . . 
happiness is getting anywhere. 



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Kathleen Ann Jensen 
Surrey Drive 
"Kath "... "domestic "... prizes . . . that 
class ring . . . but not . . . people who talk too 
much . . . "Is that right??" . . . marriage is her 
aim . . . To Steve . . . "new comer. " 



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Neal A.Johnson 

Meadow Street, Carver 
"Neat" . . . "Nocturnal" . . . Dislikes 
phoneys . . . wants to have his own band , 
someday... "That's Groovy!" .. . "Smile 
ly" . . . Happy with a certain... L. R. . 
prizes his bass guitar . . . and . . . his license. 



Jay Wendell Johnson 

Fremont Street, Carver 
"Johnny". . . "Virile". . "Could be". . . Get- 
ting up mornings bother him . . . hopes in- 
clude "Graduation". . . license is the best . . . 
Weekends and Chart go together to make Jay 
happy . . . "hefty. " 



Sandra Jean Johnson 

Tremont Street 
So. Carver 
Sandy... "Carverite" . . . "You know 
that!" . . . wants to go to college. . . peeved by 
the Carver cops (why, Sandy?) . . . "live- 
ly!!" . . . prizes her '66 Mustang . . . happiness 
is another party . . . How come? 
Simulated Town Meeting 2; Homeroom Rep. 
3, 4; Senior Show 4; Senior Prom 4; National 
Honor Society 3, 4; Talent Show 4; Pep 
Squad 1, 2; Typist Pool 3; Women's Club; A. 
F. S. 4; Heritage Day Rep. 1. 




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Susan Johnson 

28 Bradford Street 
"Sue-SueV . ."wait a minute". . sweet . . . for 
what???... peeved by., doing those 
dishes ... but prizes. . . that baby book . . . 
happiness is . . . playing cards with Penny. 




Demetra Maria Kamataris 

Beaver Dam Road 
"Demi"... "Pasta-fa-zoul!!!" . . . is that 
so! ... to be an Airline stewardess ... is in 
her future . . . good-natured" . . . prizes her 
fishing pole . . . but never say "Goodbye" . . 
"durable". . . happy. . .dancing to the beat of 
a good band. 





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Mary Lydia Karklin 

Manomet Avenue 
Manomet 
"Mary"... "smart"... college bound... 
then . . . the Peace Corps . . . prizes her 
room . . . "sociable" . . . peeved by . . . neigh- 
bors . . . her mother . . . and . . . home- 
work . . . happiness is . . . going barefoot. 
Pep Squad 1, 2, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3; Pilgrim 4; 
Drama Club 3; Senior Show 4. 




Dennis Daniel Kuhn 

20 Spooner St. 
"Denny" . . . "rambuncious" . . . "You gotta 
be putting me on"... wants to teach 
music . . . "talented" . . . peeved by seventh 
period class . . . but prizes his amplifier . . . 
happiness is finding the barber shop closed. 
Band 2. 



Bernard Paul Kritzmacher 

172 Westerly Road 
Bernie . . . "breezy" . . . "What train?" . . . 
hopes to become . . . rich . . . and . . . 
happy . . . "pleasant" . . . prizes . . . that Gor- 
don and Smith surfboard . . . but . . . not 
"The D. T. L. ". . . kept happy by . . . pro- 
ducts of Anheuser-Busch, Inc. ...?... Surf's 
Up!!! 



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Dona Marie Lambert 
Rochester Road, Carver 
Dona wants to be a teacher . . . "Definite- 
ly!" . . . hates those dull Saturdays . . . happi- 
ness is "sketti" . . . prized possession . . . let- 
ters. 

Pep Squad 1, 2; AFS 3, 4; Clarion 3, 4; 
Pilgrim 4; Future Teachers 4; Senior Show 4; 
Art Club 2; Enameling Club 2. 



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Derryl Paul Lawrence 

32 Cordage Terrace 
"l^eig-ee". . . "carefree" . . . plans to go into 
land scaping... "appealing"... peeved by 
ungrateful people . . . "Darnit" . . . likes that 
"63" Ford Pick-Up . . . Finds happiness in 
Anice. 

Basketball 1. 2: Intramurals 2, 3; Work Study 
3,4. 



Christine Marie Lodi 
8 Oak Street 
Kiki . . . "Cut it out!" . . . intends to become 
a teacher . . . prizes those certain pictures . . . 
dislikes people who are always late . . . happi- 
ness is getting D. P. in trouble. 
Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls' Sports Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Sports Staff 4; Office Assistant 3; Senior 
Show 4. 



Batsheva Loebel 

6 Massasoit Street 
"Beth"... "likeable"... "Yeh, that's 
right" . . . wants to help children . . . peeved 
by steroform . . . "sweet" . . . prizes . . . hap- 
piness is being free. 

Cheerleader 1, 3; Library 4; Senior Show 4; 
French Club 4; Business Staff 4; A. F. S. 4; 
L'il Abner 4. 



Nona Ann Lopes 

Tremont Street, Carver 
"No-No" . . . "cheerful".. . "Oh! Sugar". . . 
wants to travel around and then marry . . . 
peeved by snobby people and underclass- 
men . . . prizes horses . . . "outdoorsy" . . . 
happiness is with those horses. 
Future Nurses 2, 3, 4; Chorus 3, 4. 



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James Philip Lopresti 

20 Spooner Street 
"Ain't no way" . . . for what? . . . Rebel . . . 
Vietnam . . . here he comes . . . talented . . . 
conceited people . . . and . . . rioters . . . 
no . . . but smiles for ... his license and 
drums . . . vigorous . . . happy . . . with that 
certain girl. 

Football 3, 4; Dance Band 3, 4; Senior Show 
4; Talent Show 4. 




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Steven Albert Loud 
South Pond Road 
"You wanna bet?" . . . Fuzzy . . . To live to 
be one hundred— wonderful! . . . sparty . . . no 
fifth-period . . . but . . . smile . . . here comes 
the Teenybopper . . . happy . . . when 2nd 
period Math is over . . . complacent. 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. 




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Ronald John Luiz 

31 Hall Street 
Ron . . . wants to be a draftsman . . . "get out 
of here!"... dislikes getting up early... 
happiness is the vacation . . . prizes his license. 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 2, 3. 




Roland Frances Lynch 

10 Stafford Street 
. inquisitive . . . "That's not my 
. . watch out kids, a future History 
tranquil . . . snobby people, NO . . . 
but . . . what about S. J. . . . happiness is . . . 
being first in the Lunch line . . . Don't cut! 
Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3; 
Track 4; Senior Show 4. 



"Rollie" 
problem ' 
teacher . 



Paul Frances Lydon 

166 Winslow Ave. 
"Paul" . . . prizes . . . his wallet . . . "gay" . . . 
can 't stand chocolate ice cream and rice . . . 
"together" . . . "ya know" ambition . . . to be 
an oceanographer . . . Happiness is Freak 
Day . . . "Breezy ". 
Track 3; Senior Show 4; Hockey 1, 2. 



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William Amedeo Paul Malaguli 
55 Standish Avenue 
"Bill"... "ready smile"... wants to 
teach . . . those poor kids! . . . "Where there's 
life, there's BUD!" . . . sincere . . . prizes . . . 
his license... and the red "Bug"... but 
when without radios... Oh No!... 
happy . . . being a cashier at FIN AST??? . . . 
are you sure? 

Band 1, 2, 3; Pilgrim 4; Leader Corps 1, 2, 3, 
4; Senior Show 4; Class Color Committee 4. 



Barry Dean Lynn 

2 Birch Avenue 

'Barry" . . . intelligent . . . college bound . . . 

It s tapping time!" . . . easy-going . . . 
Cuckoo Juice doesn't agree with Barry... 
but the year of "69" does! . . . Why 
Barry? . . . prizes the Baja. 
Pilgrim 4; Student Gov. Day 1; Intramurals 1, 
2, 3; Homeroom Rep. 3, 4; Senior Show 4; 
Dance Committees 1, 2. 






Edward Blase Maccaferri, Jr. 

37 Pleasant Street 
"Eddie Mac" . . . favorite saying: "yes & 
no!" . . . ambition . . . to break out . . . hates 
studying. . . prizes his guns. . . happiness is 
Tec No. 13. 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Weight 
Lifting 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3; Prom 
Committee 3; Varsity Club 3, 4; Senior Show 
4. 



Robin Elaine IWagura 
llViClyf ton Street 
"Rob" . . . "out-going" . . . prizes security but 
not July 28, 1968 and so-called "friends". . . 
"can't win'm all!" . . personable . . . wants to 
work for the CIA . . . happiness is the future. 
Leader Corps 1, 2, 3; Secretary 2; Clarion 1; 
Marching Girls 2; Cheerleader 3, 4; Girls 
Sports Club 3, 4; Talent Show 3; Graduation 
Arch Bearer 3; Office Aide 3; Government 
Day 3; Junior Prom; Senior Prom; Dance 
Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 4; 
Bookstore 3; L'il Abner 4; Pilgrim 4; Girls 
Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Womens Club 4. 

Donna Marie Marvelli 
Little Pond 
Donna . . . free-and-easy ... / got it! . . . 
peeved by Ailen's F's and B's . . . candid . . . 
Hopes to change "certain" people . . . prizes a 
green bottle and "saf" . . . Happiness is an 
endless weekend . . . H. 0. G. 0. C. 
Graduation Arch Bearer 3; Talent Show 3; 
Bookstore 3; Women's Club 4; Marching Girls 
2, 3, 4; Prom Committee 3, 4; A. F. S. 3, 4; 
Intramurals 2, 3; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Field 
Hockey 1; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Show 4; Pep Squad 2, 3. 




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Robert Edward Mazalewski 

1 Murray 
. . moody . . . "Hi there! How are 
. prizes that Rustmobile . . . and. . . a 



case...???... but not working... Friday 
nights at FIN AST . . . independant . . . 
happiness is . . . Saturday night. . . at the 
shack. 




Robert Charles McCosh 

Sunrise Avenue 
Peach . . . ambition is to shoot under par! . . . 
prizes his golf clubs. . . 5th Period study with 
Mr. M. peeves him . . . "Don't get Jiggy!" . . . 
happiness is winning an argument with P. T. 
Basketball 1, 2, 3; Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross 
Country 3, 4; Senior Show 4; Intramurals 3, 
4. 




1969 







Lynne Mary McDonald 

33 Stafford Street 
"Lynne" . . . agreeable . . . "You're sad!" . . . 
prizes Linda Star . . . but what about P. P. and 
A's B . . . blabby . . . finds happiness in 
summer and short trips . . . wants to change 
the world . . . How Lynne? 
A. F. S. 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Gov. Day 1; 
Marching Girls 4; Graduation Usher 3; 
Spanish Club 3, 4; Pilgrim 4; Concessions 3, 4; 
Women's Club 4; Senior Show 4; Future 
Teachers 3, 4; French Club 2, 3; Math Club 1; 
Latin Club 1. 

Marie Ann Medeiros 

11 Ocean View Ave. 
"Emma"... mosquito... "A good thing 
can't last long." . . . "swinging" . . . wants: to 
live . . . pressure peeves her . . . ' stylish . . . 
prizes the Black Rock . . . happiness is the 
COW (who's that, Marie?) 
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Committees 1, 
2, 3, 4; Graduation Usher 1 ; Homeroom Rep. 
1, 2; Lab Assistant 2; Senior Prom 4; Senior 
Show 4; Pilgrim 4; Bookstore 3; Talent Show 
3; A. F. S. 4; Office Assistant 3, 4; Sports 
Club 1,2, 3,4. 




Ronald Charles McGovern 

Off Obery Street 
Ronnie . . . clement ... "/ don't want to hear 
it! . . . nothing peeves Ron . . . placid . . . 
prizes . . . his car. 
Work Study 2, 3, 4. 



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Diane May Miranda 
Tremont Street 
Carver 
Di ' . . . quiet ... To be a nurse and join the 
Air Force . . . "you got that right! . . . like- 
able . . . peeved by getting up in the morn- 
ing . . . (zzzz) . . . but prizes her stereo . . . 
happiness is Friday. 

Future Nurses 1, 3, 4; Pep Squad 4; Senior 
Show 4; Senior Prom Committee 4. 



Patricia Anne Meyer 
Jordon Road R. F. D. No. 4 

"Sqwisha" . . . "good-natured"... "I can't 
stand it when you touch me!" . . . peeved by 
believing Kate's lies... but happy when 
eating potato salad with shingles and listening 
to the foghorn . . . wants to turn into a 
pumpkin at 1 1:00 . . . different. 
Field Hockey 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball 1; Sports Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Senior 
Show 4; Prom Committees 3, 4; Student 
Council 4; Graduation Usherette 1; Arch 
Bearer 3; Talent Show 3; Lab Assistant 2; L'il 
Abner 4; Co-Editor of Pilgrim 4. 





Mark David Minahan 

Beach Street, White Horse Beach 
"Mark" . . . "witty" . . . wants to send a trolly 
car to the moon... "Honk it"... nothing 
peeves Mark . . . and he has no prized posses- 
sion . . . but his happiness is the U. F. T. 
M.... "individual". 
Soccer 3. 



Ellen Beth Minsk \ 
33 Union Street 
"Ellen" . . . "carefree" . . . wants to graduate 
from a certain college (where Ellen??) . . . 
inconsiderate and LATE people peeve her . . . 
"flirtatious"... happy when with different 
people— how different???? . . . Oh right! . . . 
prizes . . . her sister Sara. 
Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Sports Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 
1, 2, 3; Math Club 1 ; Spanish Club 3, 4; Latin 
Club 1, 2; French Club 2, 3, 4; A. F. S. 3, 4; 
Bookstore 3; Heritage Day 1; Manager of 
Typing Staff 4; Pilgrim 3, 4; Talent Show 4; 
Senior Show 4; Senior Prom 4; Womens Club 
4; Graduation Usher 2; Concessions 3, 4; 
Dance Committees 3, 4; Homeroom Rep. 3, 
4; Project Lighthouse. 



Luis Mario Miranda 

10 Standish Court 
"Lou" . . . "Don't Bother!" . . . martian . . . 
wants to be a Physchologist . . . peeved by 
civil rights . . . but prizes his Bank account . . . 
talkative . . . happiness is Love. 







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Manuel Miranda III 

170 Braley Lane 
"You know that!"... Minny . . . active. 
Auto Body Repairman . . . emphatic . 
peeved by that Chevy. 




Michael Christian Miranda 

89 Cherry Street 
"Menes" . . . "intense"... "Remember 
Oat!"... plans include... ruling the 
world . . . prizes his harp . . . ??? . . . "petu- 
land" . . . peeved by no music . . . Bugalooing 
makes him happy. 
Band 1 ; Chorus 3, 4. 




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Gerald Andre Moores 

Arnold Avenue, Manomet 
mild . . . found happy while eating 
he prizes his bed . . . but oh those 
. . handsome . . . his ambition is to 
sail the world . . . "Your on the stick!!" 
Track 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2; Soccer 3; 
Senior Show 4; Cross Country 1. 



Jerry . . . 
food . . . 
shy girls 




Christopher Joseph Neri 

16 Cooper Street 
Chris . . . "witty". . . "I beg your Pardon". . 
wants to be successful in the Business 
field... peeved by "Losing in pool"... 
"ambitious"... prizes his 1953 jeep... 
happiness is passing cars with his jeep. 
Baseball 2, 3; Intramurals 3. 



Donna Marie Morin 
62 Alden Street 
"Donna "... winsome . . . happiness is A. 
R. . . . her ambition is to be happy . . . but 
can 't be when making decisions ... "/ don 't 
care!"... ardent... prizes her birthstone 
ring. 

Marching Girls 2, 3; Prom Committees 3, 4; 
Senior Show 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; 
A. F. S. 3; Graduation Arch Bearer 3; Heri- 
tage Day 1 ; Little Abner 4. 



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Janice Ann Neri 

4 Shaw Court 
"Janice"... cunning... our future airline 
stewardess . . .happy-go-lucky . . . peeved by 
late people... but she's happy sleeping til 
noon! . . . "hey" . . . prizes those crutches . . 
How many times, Janice? 
Marching Girls 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; A. 
F. S. 3, 4; Prom Committees 3, 4; Graduation 
Arch Bearer 3; L'il Abner 4; Art Club 1; 
French Club 3, 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 
4; Senior Show 4. 



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Keith Charles Newby 

69 Warren Avenue 
"Mose" . . . "quiet"... wants to rule the 
world . . . prizes ... his 327 Jeep . . . "right 
there, Herbie" . . . "new comer"... oh... 
those drivers that don't signal... "hap- 
piness" . . . is . . . an AMX. 
Baseball 1; Student Council 1, 2; A. F. S. 2; 
Swimming 2. 



Arthur Leo Nickerson 

High Street 
North Carver 
Say "Slim "... peeved by Fords . 
rick ... '57 Chevy . . . hardy . . . 
go-Fords NO." 
Intramurals 1, 2. 



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"Chevys 



Isabel Jean Nickerson 

High Street, Carver 
"Isa"... "Jolly"... "You're kidding!"... 
wants to travel. . . where to Isa?? . . "ambi- 
tious" . . . peeved by . . . what else . . . Mon- 
day mornings . . . prizes Fridays . . . and . . . 
painting . . . Getting dismissed . . . is true . . . 
happiness. 
Future Nurses 4; Chorus 3, 4. 



Janet Ellen Nickerson 

River Street 
Nick... "consistant" . . . "more power to 
you "... "Knock yourself out. "... wants to 
make a million . . . peeved by P Town with W. 
N., P. A., S. L. . . prizes her license . . . "soci- 
able" . . . happiness is staying home Monday 
mornings! 

Bookstore 1, 2, 3; Volleyball 2, 3; Badminton 
2, 3; Senior Show 4. 




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Marcia Jean Nickerson 
Jordon Road 
"Marsh" . . . idealistic . . . "What a whiz!". . . 
prizes a dog named Trevor . . . but not those 
so-called "friends"... happy with Ron and 
his cycle . . . reserved . . . she wants to go to 
Rome somday . . . who doesn't? 
Bookstore 2, 3; Leader Corps 1, 2, 3, 4; A. F. 
S. 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 4; Talent Show 3; Pep 
Squad 2; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. 




Roy Ernest Nickerson 

200 Summer Street 
"Roy"... "easy-going"... "What's happen- 
ing" .. . getting caught at the Baja! . . . he 
doesn't like that though . . . but he does like a 
"55" Ford . . . happy with D. H. . . wants to 
own a monkey! . . . That's Roy! 
Football 1; Basketball 2; Senior Show 4. 




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John Paul Northrup 

Warren Avenue 
"Nutty"... "Light-headed"... peeved by 
those conceited people . . . finds happiness on 
the weekends . . . "For what, John?" . . . "vig- 
orous" . . . prizes his license . . . wants to find 
a million dollars. . . Found saying. . . "You 
know that Mac!!" 

Intramural Basketball 2, 3; Intramural Volley- 
ball 3. 




Debra Orosz 

Cedar Bushes - Manomet 



Janie . 
Jane? . 
ing" 



Jane Orzechowski 

Plymouth Street, Carver 
dislikes waiting. . . for whom, 
You must be kidd- 
. . prizes M. M. 's ring . . . 



Myles 
Serious 
Conscientious". 
Pep Squad 1, 2; Senior Show 4. 



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Warren Douglas Parkhurst 
30 Standish Court 
"Little guy"... "enthusiastic"... "Yah 
Riggghhhttt!" . . . wants to make MKM 
happy . . . (How, Warren?) . . . loudgirls bother 
him . . . "burly" . . . prizes . . . that Duxbury 
girl. . . finds happiness with . . . Meredith. 
Football 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 4; Track 2, 3, 4; 
Pilgrim 4; Intramurals 2, 3; Clarion 2. 



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Colleen Ann Pearce 
1 Russell Avenue 
"G.B.'s" . . . "comely" . . . happiness is a date 
with the celebrity .. . but peeved by so called 
"friends"... "What a pit!". . . "favorable". . . 
prizes her monogram ring and memories . . . 
wants to go to California by way of Michi- 
gan . . . Why Michigan? 
Marching Girls 3; Senior Show 4. 



Jan Pikor 

8 Fremont Street 
"Jan" . . . can be heard saying "Shoot it right 
on in" . . . wants to go to the Amazon and 
live with the savages . . . and be a billion- 
aire . . . pet peeve is driving with George 
Brown . . . prizes certain parties . . . "infer- 
nal" . . . "exuberant" . . . happiness is Satur- 
day night . . . Doing what Jan? 
Cross Country 1; Soccer 3; Intramurals, 
weight lifting 2. 



Nelida Esther Perez 

152 Beach Street, 
R. F. D. No 1 
"Nelliebell" . . . "Oh Gosh!". . . "genteel". . 
Would like to . . . getlost.. . is peeved by . . . 
Susan . . . prizes . . . her class ring . . . "bona 
fide "... Happiness is . . . Going to Puerto 
Rico . . . Next Year. 



Joan Pimental 

Carver Road 
Joany . . . petite ... "I wouldn 'r kid 
you!" . . . Oh no? . . . prizes her telephone . . . 
but oh those wise guys . . . pleasant . . . to be 
happy . . . happy when she hears ... a certain 
"Hi" . . . from whom, Joan? 
Rotary 4; Class Treasurer 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama 
Club 1; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3; Dance Committees 
2, 3; Enameling Club 3; French Club 4; F. T. 
A. 3, 4; Senior Show 4; A. F. S. 3, 4; 
Headstart 1, 2; Pilgrim 4; Prom Committees 3, 
4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Graduation 
Arch Bearer 3; Teacher-Aide 3. 



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Robert Allen Pimental 

Tremont St., Carver 
"Pep"... "handsome"... found saying 
"Shoot it. "... plans include Marine 
Corps. . . prizes his license . . . but not those 
cranberries!!! . . . "friendly" . . . a full tank of 
gas makes Bob happy. 




William Pimental 

5 Hamilton Street 
Billy... peeved by Brother's accidents... 
"You're a sickman" . . . "sporty"... Bill 
wants an IGLOO . . . how come? . . . 
"Stable" . . . happiness is The Baja and a cer- 
tain party ... OH YA? 

Football 1, 2, 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 
1; Senior Show 4; Varsity Club 3, 4. 




1969 




Carol Ann Pina 

2 Braley's Lane 

Shi" . . . "petulant" . . . dislikes getting up 

early . . . plans include business school . . . 

"witty" . . . "Talic on it!!!" . . . prizes . . . her 

ring. 

Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1; Intramurals 
1, 2, 3, 4; Girls Sports Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Paul Joseph Pinnetti 

38 Cherry Street 
"The Wall"... "strapping"... "Come on, 
huh?!?" . . . wants to go to college. . Prizes 

M. E. J who's that Paul?... dislikes 

selfish, conceited people... "Alpine"... 
happy when he has time (?) and being care- 
free. 

Football 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 
4; Cross Country 2; Soccer 3, 4; Heritage Day 
1; Town Govt. Rep. 1; Boston Symphony 
Usher 3; Pilgrim Staff Editor 4; Senior Show 
4; L'il Abner 4. 




Dorothy Louise Pina 

225 South Pond Road 
"Chuchie" . . . plans to become a secre- 
tary . . . and ... a good wife . . . "prim- 
rose" . . . "Will you listen?" . . . prizes . . . her 
diamond . . . the Navy— NO! . . . happiness 
is . . . being with Richard . . . "good-natured". 
Softball 2; Dean's Council 1, 2, 3, 4; Book- 
store 3; Senior Show 4; Chess Club 2; Pep 
Squad 2, 3, 4; Library Staff 2, 3, 4; Sports 
Club 2, 3; Graduation Usher 3; Volleyball 
Intramurals 1, 3; Senior Concession 4; Class 
Representative 3; Vice Pres. Library Staff 3; 
Pres. Library Staff 4; Senior Prom 4. 



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Lebon A. Pinto 

233 Water Street 
"Le6on"... "carefree"... prizes his al- 
bums. . . But oh, that paranoia! . . . happiness 
would be a ride home... "whimsical" .. . 
"Underthere" . . . Lebon wants to be a mil- 
lionaire. 



1969 






Dale Frederick Provonche 

Plymouth Street, Carver 
Dale... "Considerate"... "You wait"... 
plans include C. P. A. and playing the 
organ... "Smiley"... Empty gas tanks 
peeve him . . . prizes 0. A. . . . Diane is happi- 
ness. 

Football 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 
1, 2, 3, 4. 



Kathryn Mary Post 

30 Standish Avenue 
"Kath" . . . "energetic" . . . wants to go away 
to school... "No!!"... peeved by phony 
people . . . prizes her teddy bear . . . "self- 
reliant" . . . happiness is the future. 
Cheerleading 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3; 
Treasurer 4; A. F. S. 2, 3, 4; Sports Club 2, 3, 
4; L'il Abner 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Junior and Senior Prom 3. 4; Graduation 
Usher 3, 4; Senior Show 4; Pilgrim 4; Future 
Teachers 4. 



Charlotte Ann Prussman 

12 Samoset Street 
"Charlie"... "Don't be dumb"... "sin- 
cere". . . happiness is . . . Dana . . . "con- 
doler" . . . plans include marriage... "To 
whom, Charlotte?"... "hard-working"... 
prizes... that blue teddy bear... but... 
not that motorcycle!!!" . . . and. . . a person 
who calls her Chuck. 

Basketball 1, 2; Softball 3; Pep Squad 1, 2; 
Senior Show 4; Concessions 3, 4; Girls Sports 
Club 1, 2, 3; Pilgrim 4. 



Linda Joan Pittella 

5 Woodbine Drive 
"Lin"... dislikes moody people... "gulli- 
ble"... What ya know!"... prizes those 
letters with a foreign stamp . . . from 
whom? . . . wants to go to college then to S. 
A. . . . "sociable" . . . happiness is something 
"logical". 

Marching Girls 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Prom 
Committees 3, 4; A. F. S. 4; Future Teachers 
3, 4; Dance Committees 2, 3: Clarion 3, 4; 
Pep Squad 2, 3: Pilgrim 4: Senior Show 4; 
Concessions 3; Graduation Usher 3: Enamel- 
ing Club 3: Honorary Rotarian 4. 




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Wallace Reid 

Taylor Avenue 
Manomet 
"Wally"... "so, how've ya been?"... 
wild . . . peeved by phonies ... but . . . prizes 
his license ... a future Marine Engineer . . . 
prankish . . . happiness is . . . $$$. 
Chorus 2; Soccer 3. 




Sharon Irene Radcliffe 

28 Newfield Street 
"Shar" . . . versatile... aims to work with 
younger children . . . "Gee, am I con- 
fused" .. . dislikes always losing her bal- 
ance . . . sincere . . . intelligent . . . the beach 
at sun set with a special someone . . . her little 
brother . . . makes her happy . . . prizes her 
picture album . . . and a certain Charlie Brown 
book. 

Leader Corps 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice Chairman 3; 
Chairman 4; Class Secretary 1, 2, 3, 4; March- 
ing Girls 2, 3; Captain 4; Pilgrim 3, 4; Honor 
Society 3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer 4; Junior 
Prom Chairman 3; A. F. S. 2, 3, 4; Heritage 
Day 1; Pep Squad 1, 2; Latin Club 1, 2; 
Graduation Arch-bearer 2, 3; Boston Pops 
Usherette 3; Dance Committees 2, 3, 4; Hono- 
rary Rotarian 4; Women's Club 4; Senior 
Show 4. 



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Agnes Elizabeth Rettig 

86 Abington Avenue 
White Horse Beach 
"Bay boo" . . . "easy-going"... prizes her 
license . . . but not . . . those people with 
Dragon Mouth . . . hopes to make a mil- 
lion . . . "athletic" . . . "You're not nice!" . . . 
likes those dances . . . when the New Breeds 
play. 

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls Sports Club 1, 2, 3, 
4; Town Govt. 1, 2; Dance Committees 1, 2, 
3; Basketball Concession 3; Football Conces- 
sion 4; Homeroom Representative 4; Gradua- 
tion Arch Bearer 2; Graduation Usherette 3; 
Junior Prom 3; Senior Prom 4; Senior Show 
4; Women's Club 4. 



Linda Frances Roberts 

Federal Furnace Road 
"Linda"... "gracious"... wants to be an 
elementary art teacher... "Not Now!"... 
"happy "... prizes a certain class ring . . . 
peeved when someone gets angry over little 
things . . . happiness is G. W. B. 
Bookstore 2, 3; Cheerleader 3, 4; A. F. S. 4; 
Sports Club 3, 4; Pilgrim 4; Prom Committees 
3, 4; Graduation Arch Bearer 2, 3; Dance 
Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Enamel Club 2; Senior 
Show 4; Drama Club 2; Pep Squad 1, 2. 




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Christopher Ellis Riels 
165 Court Street 
Riley . . . "placid" . . . "You know where you 
can go!!"... ambition... a conservation 
officer . . . (of what Chris?) . . . peeved by . . . 
tanks running empty... "diminutive"... 
prizes his license . . . and is happy with ... a 
wallet full of ... MONEY. 



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Sybil Louise Robertson 

Holmes Street, Carver 
"WOW!!"... plans include 
"Then what, Syb?"... dislikes 
"frank"... " You 're soft. "... 

prizes her friends and . . . finds happiness with 

D.C.(?) 

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Sports Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 

Softball 2, 4; Field Hockey 1; Senior Show 4. 



Syb . . 
school . 
snobs . . 



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Patricia Ann Romanelli 
30 Holmes Terrace 
Tricia . . . gregarious . . . "I'm hungry!" . . . 
munch, munch . . . prizes those L-O-N-G eye- 
lashes ... but dislikes writing letters . . . Col- 
lege-bound . . . congenial . . . happy when . . . 
seeing old friends. 



Catherine Elaine Rubis 

Tremont Street, Carver 
Cathi . . . demur... "some people aren't 
wrappin' too tight"... plans include... 
graduation and being happy with Mike . . . 
casual . . . peeved by school and Monday (zzz) 
mornings. . . but not a certain ring. . . and 
Mike. 

Intramurals 1; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Future 
Homemakers 1, 2; Future Nurses 3, 4. 



Paul Anthony Ruozzi 

48 Stafford Street 
Paul . . . plans a career in Political Science . . . 
"Don't worry— better days are ahead."., 
unfinished work and inefficient people peeve 
him . . . meeting nice people and getting 
needed sleep will keep him happy . . . prizes 
"My freedom and friends". 
Co-Editor-in-Chief of Pilgrim 4; Cross 
Country, 1, 2; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3; 
Pilgrim Sports Staff 2, 3; Intramurals 3, 4; 
Junior Prom 3; Senior Prom 4; Class Repre- 
sentative 3; Student Government Day 1; 
Graduation Usher 3; Leader Corps 4; National 
Honor Society 4; Senior Show 4; Honorary 
Rotarian 4. 



Kenneth Paul Ruxton 
Coles Lane 
"Popcorn "... "to make good for myself" . . . 
a certain George peeves him . . . but keep him 
happy . . . prizes his horse and Ford . . . heard 
saying . . . "Are you Kid'n!!" 



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Leslie Jeanne Sawyer 

Federal Furnace Road 
"Les" . . . flirtatious... prizes those certain 
letters . . . wants to be happy . . . but not 
making decisions and waiting ... out- 
going. . . finds happiness in weekends away 
from Plymouth . . . "Not Again!!" 
A. F. S. 3, 4; Future Teachers 3, 4; Prom 
Committees 3, 4; Pep Squad 1, 2; Latin Club 
1; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Graduation Arch 
Bearer 3; Clarion 1; Talent Show 4; Drama 
Club 1, 2, 3; Women's Club 4; Senior Show 4; 
Pilgrim 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4. 




Jan Anthony Secondo 

31 Mayflower Street 
"Jan" . . . "stable" . . . happiness is . . . gradu- 
ating in June . . . prizes . . . his freedom . . . 
but . . . peeved by . . . Miss C. . . . wants to be 
21 . . . and . . . successful . . . "devilish "... 
Football 1, 2, 3; Senior Show 4; Intramurals 
1,2. 




1969 




Lawrence Edward Shaw 

129 Sandwich Street 
Brother . . . peeved by Sirrico's meetings . . . 
prizes the Baja . . . happiness is going to the 
Baja with your monkey . . . can be heard 
saying: "You know that Mack!" 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Senior 
Show 4. 




Walter Carm Shepard III 

344 Hiltop Ave., Manomet 
Skip... "independent"... "Don't worry 
about it!" . . . Ambition . . . to become a mil- 
lionaire . . . peeved by slow drivers . . . but 
prizes his license and a "57" Ford . . . "reck- 
less" — finds happiness in a full tank and 
"case" . . . Of what, Skip? 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Senior Show 4. 



William Chadwick Shaw 
3 Howes Lane 
Bill. . . "Oh No!!" . . . wants to be an ocean 
racer... "reserved"... peeved by... two 
empty gas tanks . . . 'secure' . . . prizes . . . 
his boat . . . happy with . . . alot of money . . . 
For what, Bill?? 

Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2; Baseball 2, 
3, 4; Senior Show 4; Little Abner Cast 4; 
Band Council 3; Pilgrim 4; Honorary Rotarian 
4. 



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1969 



Syrel Davida Sherman 

9 Vernon Street 
Sherm . . . "Yah! Sure!"... wants to keep 
her pact . . . peeved by shallow people . . . 
prizes her stuffed animals . . . happiness is 
peace, solitude, and Moshe. 
A. F. S. 3, 4; Spanish Club 2, 3, 4; Diary of 
Anne Frank 1; Mouse that Roared 2; Senior 
Show 4; Class Motto Committee 4; Pilgrim 4; 
Business Manager 4; Lit 3, 4; Drama Club 1, 
2, 3, 4; Future Nurses 1. 





Darlene Paula Silva 
Rochester Road. Carver 
Dar . . . "Ain't no way!"... for what?... 
likeable ... To travel . . . and become a ste- 
wardess .. . peeved by Cranberry Town- 
Carver . . . prizes her license . . . active . . . 
liappy with someone special. 
Talent Show 4; Senior Show 4; Dance Com- 
mittees 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 1, 2. 3: lntra- 
murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Future Nurses 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Bookstore 1, 2, 3; Library Aid 3: Chorus 1, 2; 
Guidance Office Assistant 2, 3; Concessions 4. 



Eileen Dorothy Silva 

98 Spooner Street 
. "Oh good grief!" . . . would like to 
One Inch!! . . . auspicious . . . dis- 
snobs. . . and . . . onions. . . but 

smiles for her . . . records . . . and . . . class 

ritig . . . scintillating . . . liappy when . . . with 

her friends. 

French Club 2; Math Club 2; A. F. S. 3; 

Pilgrim 4; Bookstore 2; Intramurals 2, 3; Pep 

Squad 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 4. 



Marianna Pearl Joan Silva 

299 Court Street 
"Mary" . . . "gifted" . . . art school bound . . . 
"Are you kidding me?"... Getting up at 
6: 00 . . . Oh, No! . . . prizes . . . her guitar . . . 
"musical" . . . "Happiness" . . . is . . .gradua- 
tion. 

Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Pep Squad 2, 3; Exercise 
Club 2, 3. 



Robert Wayne Silva 

27 West Cherry Street 
"Bobby"... "quiet"... wants to... get 
engaged to Sue. . . "Get out of here!" . . . 
dislikes ... a certain big, blue-eyed teach- 
er .. . "serious" . . . prizes . . . Sue . . . "happi- 
ness" . . . is . . . being with Sue all the time. 




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Camilla Jean Simpson 

13 Sever Street 
"Cam"... sophisticated... wants to be a 
Playboy bunny at Lake Geneva . . . just like 
that yellow stuffed bunny she prizes . . . 
tempermental . . . peeved by people who 
invade her privacy . . . "No! Go Away!" . . . 
Cam 's found happy with Chris! 
Bookstore 3; Homeroom Representative 3, 4; 
French Club 4; Spanish Club 1, 2, 4; Talent 
Show 3; Senior Show 4; Dance Committees 2, 
3, 4; Women's Club Representative 4; Drama 
Club 4. 




Michael Sirrico 

4 South Street 
"Mike"... athletic... wants to be Presi- 
dent . . . of the Baja . . . Prizes . . . that "65" 
he Mans... "That's true"... Happiness 
is . . . Blowing your mind over The Vanilla 
Fudge . . . masculine ... so New Year's 
Eve . . . and T.D. 's car peeve you . . . wonder 
why??? 

Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Varsity 
Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 4; Senior Prom 4. 




1969 




Charles Arthur Sotirkys 
Point Road 
"Charlie" . . . "clever" . . . "Yah! really" . . . 
wants to make money . . . peeved by bad 
tires . . . prizes his war . . . "industrious" . . . 
happiness is not going to work. 
Intramurals weight lifting 1, 2, 3; Senior 
Show 4. 



Richard Allen Souza 

21 Union Street 
"Rick" . . . jovial . . . he doesn't care for silly 
girls or haircuts... but he does prize his 
"Friends"... happy going to the baja... 
Friendly . . . "MMM snapper" . . . Rick wants 
to "Live and to be". 

Soccer 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3; 
A.F.S. 1, 2; Class President 3; Dance Commit- 
tees 1, 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 3; Prom Commit- 
tees 3, 4; Archery I; Pilgrim 4; Chess Club 2; 
Senior Show 4; Intramurals. 




John Michael Souza 

2 Seven Hills Road 
"Jackie" . . "drowsey" . . . prizes a "29" Ford 
Model A . . . "You Know That". . . Wants to 
be young . . . rich . . . and happy . . . peeved 
by . . . a "55" Chevy . . . reserved . . . happy 
by ... a "69" Ford Torino. 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Graduation Usher 3; 
Senior Show 4; Talent Show 4; Senior Prom 
4; Track 2, 4; Tool Club 3; Dance Committee 
4. 



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Richard Allen Stafford 

Priscilla Beach Road 
"Rick"... prankish... "What's up?"... 
sailing, sailing . . . he's off to the Navy • • ■ 
peeved by no money . . . but likes his. . . 
V.W. . . . active . . . happy with a pocket full 
of $$$. 



1969 






Kevin Richard Stas 
14 No. Spooner Street 
"Turk" . . . prizes his car. . . but not. . . the 
Raider . . . who? . . . prankish . . . "You know 
that, Mac"... Kevin can't wait to leave 
P-C . . . you don't know what you're miss- 
ing . . . scerne . . . happy . . . when at Jay's. 
lntramurals 1, 2, 3. 



Peter Brooks Stearns 

99 Warren Avenue 
"Moss" . . . "sociable" . . . college bound . . . 
prizes the jeep . . . "athletic" . . . found happy 
at the dugout and with beautiful girls! . . . but 
not unsociable girls . . . "Back Off". 
Student Council 1, 2; Vice President 3; Presi- 
dent 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball 1, 2; Varsity Club 3, 4; Band 1, 2; 
Pilgrim 3, 4; Senior Show 4; Dance Commit- 
tees 3, 4; Homeroom Representative 3, 4. 



Bill Probst Stewart 
3 Willard Place 
"Bill"... "knock it off"... a future engi- 
neer ... is peeved by 2nd period study . . . 
prizes his membership in the U.F. T.M. . . . 
happiness is Tec No. 1 3. 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; lntramurals 
2, 3, 4; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Varsity Club 3, 4; Pilgrim 
3; Senior Show 4; Senior Prom Committee 4; 
Graduation Usher 3. 



Karl Joseph Strassel 
86 Spooner Street 
"Karl" . . . quiet . . . To live to 21 . . . will do 
fine . . . "It's Tuff To Be Co-ordinated!" . . . 
mysterious . . . Ah! ... To have that Draft 
Deferment!!! . . . Right Karl! 




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Stephen Allen Strout 

88 Sandwich Street 
Steve" . . . quiet . . . hopes to be a commer- 
cial artist . . . "Oh, No! "... peeved by- 
snobby people... but not... a basketball 
court . . . mild . . . happiness is . . . having 
your school No. 1. 

Cross Country 1, 2, 4; Tennis 2, 3, 4; Intra- 
murals 1, 2, 3; Chess Club 1, 2; Senior Show 
4. 




Karl C. Studley 

White Horse Beach, Manomet 
"You're a fool!" . . . Tell 'em Karl! . . . Reser- 
ved . . . hates that rainy weather . . . but that 
can opener! . . . conscientious . . . ambition- 
what??? . . . Sure loves that sixpack! . . . Of 
what Karl? 




1969 




Becky Anne Studley 

28 Whiting Street 
"Bes" . . . "serene". . . "Shoot" . . . wants to 
work with mentally retarded children . . . 
peeved by big study halls . . . "Agreeable" . . . 
prizes her class ring from Germany . . . happi- 
ness is friendship. 

Chorus 3; Tennis 2; Library Assistant 1; Biol- 
ogy Club 2; Pilgrim 4; Senior Show 4. 




Charlene Tavares 

34 Spooner Street 
"Chart"... "independent"... "How 
come?" . . . "What color?" . . . a future secre- 
tary . . . "saucy" . . . prizes . . . her pearl 
ring... but not getting a phone call... 
happy with Jay... P.I.L.I.B.T.B.W. 



John A. Tassinari 

102 Standish Ave. 
"Tass"... "You know that!"... individua- 
listic . . . Navy Bound . . . dislikes stuck-up 
girls . . . Ah! . . . But that 59 Rambler and 
Guitar . . . quiet . . . happiness is Friday 
Night's off. . . Well alright, Tass!!! 



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Peter Mason Taylor 

128 Summer Street 
Pete . . . "Loud!!" . . . "Seriously now" . . . 
Not you Pete??! . . . plans include U.S.N. . . . 
prizes those car keys . . . but stuck ups peeve 
him... "assiduous"... winning is all that 
counts. 

Football 1; Basketball 2; Cross Country 3, 4; 
Senior Show 4; Home Room Rep. 3. 



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Maureen Elizabeth Thomas 

Beaver Dam Road. Carver 
"outdoorsy" . . . "Are you Kidding 
. plans include marriage and a 
"In CARVER???"... peeved by 
disagrements . . . but loves that car! . . . "fun 
loving" . . . happiness is with Ronnie!! 
Future Nurses 1. 



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Deirdre Lee Thurber 

Bloody Pond 
"Dee" . . . wants to be a successful pediatri- 
cian ... "/ just don't know!" . . . inconsider- 
ate people bother her . . . prizes her individu- 
ality and a certain 64 Dodge . . . happiness is 
being SECURE! 

Student CouncU 1, 2; Debate Club 1, 2, 3 
treasurer 1, 2; Pilgrim secretary 3; co-curricu 
lum editor 4; National Honor Society 3, 4 
President 4; A.F.S. 3, 4; Pep Squad 1, 2, 3 
Latin Club 1, 2; Graduation Usherette 3 
Boston Pops Usherette 3; Honorary Rotarian 
4; Woman's Club 4; Senior Show 4; Lit 
Business Manager 4; Math tutor 3; Class Com- 
mittees 3, 4. 



Shirley Marie Thomas 

2 Cordage Terrace Ext. 
"Little Friz"... "What-cha doing?"... 

"Quiet" mmm. . . a night at Shakey's . . . 

"out going" . . . a future hairdresser . . . prizes 

her telephone . . . but working weekends . . . 

NO! 

Bookstore 2, 3; A.F.S. 2, 3, 4; Clarion 2, 3; 

Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Senior Show 4. 



Gregory Leighton Tolonen 
Clifford Rd. 

"Greg" . . . galvanized . . . Snobby Girls . . . No 
Surf. . . get Him Down! . . . but that certain 
"D.S." . . . and hobie . . . well-rounded . . . a 
future Marine Biologist... looking for that 
Perfect Wave . . . "Good Luck! Greg!!!" 
Cross Country 1; Basketball 1, 2; Tennis 2, 3; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Class Vice-President 1, 2, 
3, 4; Honorary Rotarian 4; Senior Show 4; 
Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 4; Proms 3, 4; 
Rep. to Mass. Dep. of Education 4. 



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20 Olmsted Terrace 





1969 



Bruce Edward Tuscher 

7 Plymouth Street, Carver 
"Little Tush"... "composed"... Ya! 
plans include U.S.N. ... A Seadog?? 
prizes his church key ... of course! 
"blithe" . . . shaving bothers him . . . but after 
"13" long years Mike is happy. 
Football 1; Soccer 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. 




Cynthia Ruth Vacchino 
4 Nelson Street 
"Cindy"... quiet... prizes Timmy 
Keyno . . . but that certain jar-head and a 
certain squid . . . "That's life" . . . wants to be 
a nurse . . . winsome. 

Fashion Show 1; Future Nurses 4; Senior 
Show 4. 




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Jerry Marshall Vaughan 

Braley Lane 
"Dum-Dum" . . . a future police officer... 
prizes . . . his car . . . and his license . . . dis- 
likes . . . to be kissed while driving . . . "knock 
it off!" . . . "intense" . . . being on a date with 
Diane keeps him happy . . . "clever. " 



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Warren Vinson Valente 

34 Centennial St. 
"Warren"... inspiring... having no wheels 
on weekend really peeves him . . . "Is that 
sad!" . . . Tec No. 13 ... a Vistaman. . . then 
Biology . . . ambitious . . . "Ah, a night with 
the Wife!"... Heaven!!! 
Class President 1, 2, 4; S.A.S. 1, 2, 4; Class 
Meeting Representative 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4 
Dance Band 3, 4; Vice-President Band 3 
Honor Society 3, 4; NEDT Certificate 1 
Honorary Rotarian 4; Student Govt. Day 1 
Basketball 1; Soccer 3; Track 2, 3; Boy's State 
3; Student Town Meeting 2; Basketball Con- 
cessions 3; Football Concessions 4; Junior 
Prom Chairman 3; Dance Committees 1, 2, 3, 
4; Senior Show 4; Talent Show 3, 4; L'il 
Abner 4. 



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Kerry Vaughn 

Sandwich Road 



1969 






Leonard James Viera 
4 Westwood Road 
Lennie . . . "thoughtful" . . . "Oh Gees" . . . 
prizes his car and a tassel . . . Whose, Len? . . . 
"hard-working"... plans include Data Pro- 
cessing School . . . old women drivers peeve 
him! . . . Happiness is a weekend with a cer- 
tain girl! . . . "In Carver Maybe???" 
Tennis 3; Senior Show 4; Chess Club 1, 2; In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 



Sandra Eilene Wager 
61 Cherry Street 
' 'Blues" . . . Sandy . . . individualistic . . . 
"Uh"—I can't stand it!... To rule the 
world . . . shy . . . prizes a golden thread . . . 
but sitting still in any kind of a chair . . . 
NO!!! . . . happiness is . . . Extremism. 
Clarion 1, 4; Lit 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-Editor Lit 4; 
French Club 1, 4; Senior Show 4; Senior 
Prom 4; Pilgrim 3, 4. 



Dennis D. Wagner 

P.O.B. 298, Point Rd. 
Manomet 
Dennis... "cute"... "You ought to be 
where nobody else is." . . . wants to make it 
through college... "smart"... peeved by 
being called "Denny" . . . prizes a locker with- 
out a lock . . . happiness is a car anytime. 
Band 3, 4. 



Richard Allen Wainio 
Tremont Street, Carver 
"Rick"... "good natured" . . . "A yep, I 
suppose so!" . . . peeved . . . by those cops . . . 
why Rick?... prizes that "57" Chevy... 
happiness is . . . coming home later than 
late . . . from where? 




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Kenneth Weston Walker 

18 Grant Street 
"Ironman" . . . "Intelligent"... hopes to 
travel . . . "Am I Bittah!" . . . Oh! . . . those 
dusty chairs... "Neat"... "Happiness"... 
is . . . freedom . . . prizes . . . His Boat. 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Weight Lifting 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Track 3, 4; Math Club 4; Senior Show 4; 
Homeroom Rep. 2, 3, 4; Graduation Usher 2. 




Nancy Lee Walker 

51 Russell Street 
Nance . . . Wants to attend a Junior College 
then travel . . . frolicsome . . . found saying 
"ya know"... Nance prizes memories of 
Sperry . . . "casual" . . . Happiness is the sum- 
mer of "68" . . . the box . . . 
Pilgrim 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Gradua- 
tion Arch Bearer 3; Homeroom Representa- 
tive 3, 4; Intramurals 3; Marching Girls 2; 
Talent Show 3; Bookstore 3; Senior Show 4; 
Senior Prom 4; Spanish Club 1,2; Pep Squad 
1. 




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Patricia Carolyn Wall 

27 Standish Avenue 
Patty . . . solitary . . . "That's life" . . . wants 
to be a cosmetologist . . . peeved by 
"snobs" . . . earnest . . . prizes her albums . . . 
happiness is "no school-no work." 
Pilgrim 3; Senior Show 4; Town Meeting 2; 
Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Vollyball 1; Apparatus 2; 
Basketball 3; Football Concession. 



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William Mark Walsh 

Cape Cod Ave., Manomet 
Bill . . . tall . . . "Is that right!" . . . prizes his 
license . . . but those hippies . . . NO!!! . . . 
talkative ... to be a hobo . . . happiness is . . . 
not working. 
Senior Show 4. 




Stephen Allan Walton 

43 Mayflower Street 
"Football" . . . To join the Peace Corps . . . 
"What's up?". . . Oh! that Tempest. . . (putt! 
putt!) . . . Steve is peeved by . . . girls in long 
dresses . . . zzzz! 



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Dale Francis Wood 

21 Wood Street 
"Charlie"... "Talkative"... a future ele- 
mentary teacher . . . prizes . . . the letters 
from Fitchburg . . . but not when . . . 
R.V.... calls her MISS WOOD!... "spirit- 
ed"... finds happiness in . . . a beach that 
never ends . . . and a sun that never sets . . . 
why Dale? 

Drama Club 1, 4; A.F.S. 2, 3, 4; Leader Corps 
4; Future Teachers 4; Marching Girls 3, 4; 
Bookstore 1, 2, 3; Pep Squad 1, 2; Intra- 
murals 3, 4; Senior Show 4; Homeroom 
Representative 1, 2, 3; Prom Committees 3, 4; 
Women's Club 4; Talent Show 3, 4; Arch 
Bearer 3. 



Lorna Mae Washburn 

Lakeview Street 
South Carver 
"Lorna Doone" . . . "Alert"... "Definite- 
ly!"... wants to be an executive secre- 
tary... peeved by B.T. and P.T. morning 
wise cracks... "cheerful"... prizes Dutzy 
(her cat) . . . happiness is helping Jerry T. 
with his homework. 

Clarion 1, 2, 3; Band 1, 2; A.F.S. 3, 4; 
Spanish Club 2; Dean's Council 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Senior Show 4. 





Lawrence D. Wheelock 

6'/2 Nelson Street 
"Larry" . . . "Quiet" . . . peeved by going to 
gym . . . one, two, one, two, zzzzz, one, 
two . . . prizes . . . his stereo . . . what's your 
future Larry?. . . happiness is . . . the end of 
the school day. 



Sonya E. Whitman 

156 Sandwich Street 
i 'Sonya" . . . "'independent" . . . 
"Ooops!!!" . . . what ya do? . . . Art school 
here she comes . . . "magniloquent" . . . prizes 
her class ring ... oh boy! . . . those dusty- 
seats in Rm. 224. . . peeve her. . . Summer 
vacation . . is her happiness. 
Intramurals 2, 3; Senior Show 4; Concessions 
4. 



Eileen Wood 

28 Samoset Street 
Here Buggs . . . here's a future artist . . . comi- 
cal . . . hoppity hop . . . P.P. ... is always 
late . . . peeved by L.M. . . . and D.S. . . . 
"Please, Come On!! . . . happy when with 
F.B. . . . when it 's possible . . . mischie- 
vous ... H.O.G.O.C. 

Cheerleader 1, 2; Bookstore 2: Homeroom 
Representative 3; Intramurals 2, 3, 4; Prom 
Committees 3, 4; Women's Club 4; Pep Squad 
1, 2, 3. 




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John Stephen Young 

RFD No. 3, Candlewood 
Steve . . . "S.I. R.I. T." . . . self-contained ... a 
future engineer. . . to sell a motorcycle that 
no one wants . . . Oh no!! . . . concise ... a 
friend to buy gas for your car . . . ya! 




In Memoriam 




Alice Wall 



1969 



Glenda Lake 
Glen da . . . P-Cs California "Joy" . . . 
Hippie...?!!!?... "I just smile alot!" . . . 
independent . . . peeved by man's inhumanity 
to man . . . but what about the dump??? . . . 
prizes her coat... groovy... never stop 
walking in circles . . . unique. 
Clarion 4. 



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George Anzuoni 

2 Bunker Hill Road 



Barry Allen Barrows 

Center Street 
Carver 
Bobo" . . . "happy-go-lucky"... "You 
know that Mac," . . . "Shoot it" . . . wants to 
work with I.B.M. . . . peeved by . . . teacher 
picking on him . . . "carefree" . . . that church 
key is prized by Barry . . . for what B.B. ?? . . . 
happiness is driving 28 "68" GTO. 
Senior Show 4. 



Wayne Burt 

21 Stafford Street 



Susan Wright Cronin 

Cheryl Avenue, Manomet 
Corwin . . . "munch it!"... intelligent... 
new addition to P-C . . . wants to go to 
U.C.I. . . . prizes 412 Porshe . . . but peeved 
when having to share bedrooms with her 
sisters . . . friendly . . . happy when taking 
long walks. 



Valerie Lewis 

Beaver Dam Road 



David Charles Nye 
Fosdick Road, Carver 
"Buster"... heard saying "By George"... 
ambition is the service... "nonchalant"... 
peeved by getting up early in the morning . . . 
prizes that certain someone (Margie) . . . "soli- 
tary "... happy in 7th period study hall. 



Vincent Valenziano 

1 1 Savery Avenue Terrace 



Dennis White 

Rocky Hill Road 



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Special Honors 




Kenneth Walker; Joyce Ashley; Steve Corvini. National Merit Scholarship Qualifying 
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Warren Valente; Steve Corvini; Dave Conroy; Greg Gomes. Massachu- 
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Sharon Radcliffe 
DAR— Good Citizen Award 



Pilar Fuentes 
A.F.S. Student from Chile 



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Paul Ruozzi 
Presidential Classroom for Young Americans in 
Washington, D.C. 



Joyce Ashley 
Massachusetts Girl's State 





Batsheva Loebel 
Jewish Brotherhood Award 



Deirdre Thurber 
Betty Crocker Homemaker of the Year 



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Senior 
Superlatives 




Best Athletes 
Chris Lodi, Dave Conroy 



Most Likely to Succeed 
Sharon Radcliffe, Dave Conroy 



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Happy-Go-Lucky 
Janice Neri, Ricky Souza 








Class Flirts 
Eileen Wood, Kenny Beal 



Most Talented 
Debbie Fry, Dennis Kuhn 







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Jeanne Correa, Mike Balonis 




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Senior Superlatives 




Shyest 
Donna Hamblin, Ronnie Luiz 



Best Dressed 
Linda Roberts, David Centeio 




Most Talkative 
Valerie Lewis, Pete Taylor 




Class Wits 
Marie Medeiros, Mark Minihan 



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Best Dancers 
Marie DaRosa, Frank Barros 



Class Opposites 
Donna Hamblin, Paul Pinnetti 



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Class of 1969 



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Plymouth 



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MEL'S AUTO REPAIR 

Repairs on all make cars 

118 Sandwich Street 

Plymouth 

E. T. Diozzi, Proprietor 
Gulf Products 

Telephone PI 6-1547 



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Congratulations to '69 

WARNSMAN & FERIOLI 

$nsu/icmce ^Agency 
Realtors 

7 Main St. - 746-6240 - Plymouth 



BIRD 



WAYNE LUMBER, INC. 

State Rd., Route No 3A 
Manomet, Mass. 02345 

14 Main St. 

Plymouth, Mass 

Tel: Bus. 224-3345 



Evinrude Outboard 

Briggs & Stratton 

Boats & Canoes 



TURF N SURF SHOP 

TEL.: 746-0400 



240 Water St. Box 33 
Plymouth, Mass. 02360 



Congratulations from 



ELLIS CURTAIN FACTORY 





Congratulations to the Graduating Class 




from 




JOHN ALDEN GIFT SHOP 


Water Street 


Plymouth, Mass. 


GIFTS 


SOUVENIRS 



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Compliments of 

TELEMOBILE 

Sales — Service — Rentals 
George Holmes Donald Govoni 

Phone 746-9555 
25 MAIN STREET Plymouth, Mass. 




THE E. S. BURNS 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

Realtors 



South Duxbury 
Massachusetts 
02374 
Telephone 
934-2422 



45 Court Street 

Plymouth, Mass. 

02360 

Telephones 

746-1965-746-3606 



PERRY MARKET 

Choice Meats — Groceries 

Choice Liquors — Wines - Beer 

200 Standish Ave. 
Tel. 746-0124 Plymouth, Mass. 



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HAIR DRESS AND 
WIG SALON 

HAIR STYLING AND COLORING 

Complete Wig Service and Sales 



43 Samoset Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 



For Appointment 
Tel: 746-0988 



Cocktail Lountze 



BERT'S 

RESTAURANT 

"Sea-Fresh" Seafoods 

On the Ocean at Plymouth Beach 



Telephone 746-3422 
Plymouth, Massachusetts 

OPEN YEAR ROUND 



Banquet Facilities 



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Prop. Allen T. Moody 



Fine Liquors 



AL' N BEA'S RESTAURANT 

Famous For Fine Food The World Over 

Junction Rtes. 44 & 58 
North Carver, Mass. 02355 



Tel. 866-3607 



PERINO'S 
SERVICE STATION 

34 Samoset Street Plymouth, Mass. 

746-2330 
Batteries - Tires - Accessories Good Gulf Products 




( 3Tk (jov. ^Bradford 
<JVlotor Inn 



Water Street 



Plymouth, Massachusetts 



To a brighter Future 
Telephone PI 6^775 

DANIEL J. CALLAHAN 




Granite Dealer 
"I have never had a dissatisfied family" 



103 Sandwich Street 



Plymouth, Mass. 



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SMITH'S INC. 



Plymouth, Massachusetts 



BERNARD'S LADIES' APPAREL 




1 Court Street 




Plymouth, Massachusetts 


Telephone 746-1635 



Plymouth Savings Bank 



"The FRIENDLY Bank" 



Serving the Community since 1828 



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PLYMOUTH FEDERAL 
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 

PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS 



Incorporated 1882 



Federalized 1937 



President 

A. Lee Roulston 



Secretary 

Mae E. Emond 



Vice President 
& Treasurer 

Frank T. Brown, Jr. 



Assistant 
Treasurer 

Esther Crowell 




At Your Service For 



INSURED SAFETY FOR SAVINGS 
HOME MORTGAGE LOANS 



Planned for Your Budget 



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from 



CAPPANNARI BROS. 



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330 Court Street 



Plymouth, Mass. 



746-3444 



Compliments of 

PLYMOUTH BOWL-O-MAT 

1 Park Avenue 

746-9825 

and 

BRANT ROCK LANES 

Brant Rock Center 
837-2995 



MARDON'S JEWELERS 



Diamonds — Watches — Jewelry 

18 Court Street 

Plymouth, Mass. 

746-1136 



Congratulations to the Class of '69 



jujmxnith 

FIVE CENTS SAVINGS BANK 

INCORPORATED 1855 



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The Best Friend of Man's Best Friend— 

CALO 

Quality Pet Foods 
Congratulates the 1 969 Graduates 

CLARK-BABBITT FOODS, INC. 

Rockland, Mass. 



Tel. 746-1440 



310 Court Street 



'Home Beauty is our Business" 



SHERMAN 



FURNITURE COMPANY, INC 



Compliments of 

STEVEN'S the FLORIST 



8 Main St. Extension 



Plymouth, Massachusetts 



Phone 746-2600 



Plymouth, Mass. 



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Congratulations to the Graduates 




PRESS i P*&r~Se~tc 

ft* SAMOSCT STREET - PLYMOUTH. MASS U f) 



Congratulations to Class of 1969 



SAMUEL ARONS AND SONS INC. 



Plymouth, Massachusetts 



Compliments of 

LOFTUS RUG COMPANY INC. 

66 Court Street 

opposite Pilgrim Hall 

746-1154 



ZANELLO FURNITURE 



CURRIER'S 

est. 1900 

Plymouth Center 
near North St. 746-0042 



SHAW BUICK PONTIAC, INC. 



Buick — Pontiac 
Opel 

40 Samoset Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 



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Congratulations 
from Radio Station 



WPLM 



Good Luck to 
The Class of 1969 



1390 on the AM Dial 
91 1 mc. on the FM dial 



5000 watts 
50,000 watts 



6 A.M. — Midnight 
Radio Voice of Plymouth, Cape Cod, and The Islands 



Compliments of 



GAMBINI'S LUNCHEONETTE 



Main Street 



Plymouth, Mass. 



PURITAN GARAGE 
SCARZI BROS. 



Lincoln — Mercury — Comet — Cougar 
Montego - Mark HI 

356 Court Street 

Plymouth, Mass. 

Tel. 746-3100 



MAURO J. CANEVAZZ! 

PLYMOUTH INSURANCE 

AGENCY 

Edward D. Borgatti, Associate 



56 Sandwich Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 



HOLMES GROC. 



87 Sandwich Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 
746-0541 



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Class of 1969 



M AND M SPORTING GOODS 



Plymouth, Massachusetts 



Congratulations to 
the Class of 1969 



PLYMOUTH LUMBER 
COMPANY 



Robbins Road Plymouth, Mass. 

Plymouth Lumber Dealer Since 1837 



The ROGERS PRINT 



Producers of Preferred Printing 




LITHO-OFFSET & LETTERPRESS 

20 Middle Street 

Plymouth. Mass. 
Tel. 746-1234 



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Congratulations And Best Wishes 
To The 

CLASS OF '69 




PLYMOUTH • ROCKLANDy EST'lOlO 



MODERN STORES FOR 
.MEN 
. WOMEN 
.BOYS 

— AND — 

PURITAN CLEANING DEPT. 

"Plymouth's Oldest and Finest Dry Cleaners" 
CLEANING .TAILORING . FUR STORAGE 



56 MAIN STREET 

PLYMOUTH, MASS. 

746-3730 



295 UNION STREET 
ROCKLAND, MASS. 

295-1585 



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Congratulations to 
the class of '69 

BARBIERI'S MARKET 



Congratulations to the 

Senior Class 

from 

THE OLD COLONY 
THEATRE 

Main St. Ext. Plymouth 

Tel. 746-0167 



Compliments of 



C. P. WASHBURN CO. 



JABEZ 


CORNER 




SERVICE 


STATION 




Warren Ave. 




Plymouth 



Compliments of 



DEARN & McGRATH'S 



CARTMELL FUNERAL SERVICE 



Serving All Faiths 



150 Court St. 
265 Standish Ave. 



Telephone 746-2162 



PADOVANI PHARMACY 

289 Court Street 
North Plymouth, Mass. 



CAPE INSURANCE 
AGENCY, INC. 



74 Court Street 

Plymouth, Mass. 

02360 



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SPONSORS 


Mr. and Mrs. Allen Cappella 


Anonymous 


China Dragon Corp. 


Mr. & Mrs. Regnald J. Marois 


Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Klasky 


J. Siever's Lunch 


Sub-Ranch 


Wood's Fish Market 


Benea Block Co. 


Primo's Service Station 


CMS. 


The Mariner 


Hobshole House & Motel 


Kallio's Package Store 


Buck Floor Covering 


Ship Tides 


Rebuttini's Food Store 


A. Maccaferri and Son 


Carver Supply Company 


North Plymouth Hardware Co. 


Ted Vaughan 


Bradley Pharmacy 


Green Thumb 


Mando's Furniture 


S. Leonardi Pionier Food Store Ceccarelli Cleaners 


Vic's Service Station 


The Singer Co. 


Mobil Gas 


Metropolitan Life 



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PILGRIM SANDS MOTEL 






With Private Beach And 






Swimming Pool 




Route 3 A 




Tel: 746^360 


Plymouth, Mass. 




Area Code 617 



RALPH MARTIN 



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MOTOROLA 



"No Better Service Anywhere 
we aim to please . . . 

CENTER 



32 MAIN STREET - PLYMOUTH telephone 746-6670 

Mon. Thru Sat. 'til 5:30 P.M. - OPEN Fri. 'til 9 P.M. 




DONALD THOMAS 



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MASSASOIT VENDING 
SERVICE, INC. 



22 Brewster Street 

Plymouth, Mass. 

746-1713 



MARIO'S AUTO BODY SHOP 



746^)300 



Plymouth, Mass. 



PLYMOUTH TASTEE FREEZ CO. 

19 Winslow Street 

Plymouth, Massachusetts 

02360 



PLYMOUTH MEN'S SHOP 

Distinctive Menswear 

18 Main Street 
Plymouth, Mass. 



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PROFESSIONAL 
SPONSORS 



Edward Krensky, D.M.D. 

William DiMarzio 

Medora V. Eastwood, M.D. 

Hugh R. Maraghy 

Piiillip Cronin 

Avery, Dooley, Post & Avery 

Jeffrey Levin 

Charles Benea, D.M.D. 

Frank J. Abate, M.D. 

C. James Gormley, M.D. 

Richard Elliott, M.D. 

Robert F. Rozene, D.M.D. 

Dennis L. Collari 

Piiillip Canevazzi, D.D.S. 

Hyman Duby, M.D. 

David W. Flanagan, D.M.D. 

Michael C. Pincelli, D.M.D. 

Radiology Associates 

George S. Wild, O.D. 

Modhaffer K. Al-Chokachy, M.D. 



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o/ne 



NATIONAL BANK 




12 COMPLETE "ONE STOP" FRIENDLY 



and 



CONVENIENT BANKING FACILITIES 



serving 



THE PLYMOUTH AREA 



SINCE 



EIGHTEEN HUNDRED AND THREE 



Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



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ALL your PRINTING needs to 



prices 



PRINTERS & 
PUBLISHERS 
SINCE. ..1822 
tel. 746-2277 



MEMORIAL PRESS 

middle st. 
mass. 



plymouth 



Compliments of 

GELLAR'S SERVICE STATION 

oiate Road, Manomet 

CA 4-2427 



Best of luck to the Seniors 




TASSY'S 




Summer Street 


Kingston 


Phone 585^509 





Phone 866-2269 



P. 0. Box 174 



CARVER CONCRETE 
CONTRACTING 

Benard C. Young, Prop. 
Floors — Foundations 



Fosdick Road 



Carver, Mass. 



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SENIOR PARENT 


SPONSORS 


Dr. & Mrs. Milton Geller 


Mr. & Mrs. William C. Hollis 


Mr. & Mrs. Richard C. Vaughn 


Mr. & Mrs. Samuel A. Pinnetti 


Mr. Phillip Lopresti 


Mr. & Mrs. Albert C. Post 


Mr. & Mrs. Dana F. Provonche 


Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Pimental 


Mr. & Mrs. Webster H. Moores 


Chief and Kitty Loud 


Mr. & Mrs. Manuel M. Silva 


Mr. & Mrs. Charles Tavares 


Mr. & Mrs. William Corvini 


Mr. & Mrs. Maurice Bates 


John & Shirley Canevazzi 


Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Thurber 


Mr. & Mrs. Hyman Sherman 


Mr. & Mrs. Fred L. Nickerson Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. C. H. Newby 


Dr. & Mrs. George F. Haigh Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Norman J. DeCost Jr. 


Mrs. Katharine A. Mayo 


Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Fama 


Mr. & Mrs. Walter R. Roberts Jr. 


Mr. & Mrs. Edward B. Maccaferri 


Mr. & Mrs. Reno Ruozzi 


Mr. & Mrs. Lawrance W. Sawyer 


Mr. & Mrs. William Bagnell 


Mr. & Mrs. Leo A. Pittela 


Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Priesing 


Mr. & Mrs. Edward K. Karklin 


Mr. & Mrs. Alexander Fry 


Mr. & Mrs. Paul A. Hoffler 


Mr. & Mrs. Albert Govoni 


Mr. & Mrs. Reno J. Lodi 


Mr. & Mrs. Leon Ashley 


Mr. & Mrs. Jack Minsky 


Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Medeiros 


Mr. & Mrs. George S. Anzuoni 


Mr. & Mrs. Joseph F. Furtado 


Mr. & Mrs. Eero Haarala 


Mr. & Mrs. John A. Pimental 


Mrs. Ruth L. Kritzmacher 


Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd B. Baker 



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Friends 






Dexter's Shoe Store 
Town Barker 
Steven's Beauty Shop 
Town Shoe Service 
Pat's Hair Salon 
Leo J. Caron 
C. A. M. 
Mrs. Ruth Volta 
Mrs. Linda Robbins 
Mrs. Doris Roncarati 



Meatmen — Hank & Tom 
Mr. & Mrs. Robert Shaw 
Carver Main Street Garage 
Mr. & Mrs. William J. Silva 
C,H,S.S.M.K. 
Lou's Barber Shop 
General Moshe Dayan II 
Mrs. Betty Usher 
Mrs. Flora Ledo 
Mrs. Marion Whitting 



Senior Parent Friends 



Mr. & Mrs. Joseph A. Neri 
Mr. & Mrs. Russell Coffin 
Mr. & Mrs. David Dias 
Mr. & Mrs. Peter Valenziano 



Mrs. Elizabeth Walker 
Mr. & Mrs. Solon Johnson 
Mr. & Mrs. George Radcliffe 
Mr. & Mrs. Herbert Clark 



Mr. & Mrs. William B. Stearns 



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Sponsors 






Plymouth Rock Grocery 




Stein's Furniture Store 




Reliable Cleaners 




Mrs. Bette Whittaker 




Shiretown Glass Company 




Dr. H. H. Hamilton 




Greg's Barber Shop 




Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Souza 




Victoria's Market 




Eric D. Meyer 




Anita Drisko 




Mrs. Margaret Angell 




Plymouth Hardware 




Mr. William Johnstone 




Mr. Bian Souza 




The 7 M's 




i Pilgrim Drug 




Mr. Silas Wade 




Cohen's 




Mr. Patrick Berry 




Churchill Oil 




Miss Dorothy Hebden 




Sonny' Body Shop 




Male Gym Teachers 




Miss Sheila Norton 




Mr. William Nagle 




Mr. Mario Romano 




Fisherman's Museum 




Mr. Douglas Edwards 




Mr. Wilbert Cingolani 




Mr. Robert Holton 


Dr. Samuel K. Stewart 
Dr. I. Harry Keller 


Mrs. Alice Urann 





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Teacher 


Friends 




Mr. Douglas Edwards 






Mr. William Johnstone 


Mr. Ronald Gomes 






Mr. Ronald Malaquias 


Mr. Silas Wade 






Miss Sheila Norton 


Mr. Patrick Berry 






Mr. Mario Crociati 


Miss Dorothy Hebden 






Mr. Wilton Losh 


Mr. Louis Rizzo, Jr. 






Mrs. Bernice Haigh 


Mrs. Violet Tillson 






Mr. John Smith 


Men gym teachers 






Mrs. Holly Auciello 


Mr. Allan Cohen 






Mr. Richard Briggs 


Mr. William Nagle 






Miss Mary Callahan 


Mr. Joseph Robinson 






Miss Janet Draghetti 


Mr. Henry Shea 






Mr. Thomas Long 


Mr. David Tarrantino 






Mr. Robert Merrifield 


Miss Patricia Comiskey 






Mr. Brian Morse 


Miss Iris Albertini 






Mrs. Bette Whittaker 


Mr. Francisco Garcia 






Mr. Frank Anderson 


Miss Beatrice Arthur 






Mr. Joseph DeSisto 


Mr. Earle Jowdry 






Miss Phyllis Johnson 


Mr. Willard Mondeau 






Mr. Mario Romano 


Mrs. Leona Swartz 






Mr. David Barlow 


Mr. William Turpin, Jr. 






Mrs. Margaret Angell 


Mr. Angelo Medici 






Mr. Joseph Sylva, Jr. 


Mr. Peter Fachetti 






Mr. Brian Souza 


Mr. James Perry 






Miss Dorothy Canavan 


Mr. Hector Patenaude 






Mrs. Karen Burton 


Mr. George Decourcy 






Miss Audrey Ziergiebel 



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"For 


Reason, more than anything else, is Man" 

- Aristotle 
CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS 


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STUDENT COUNCIL "68 - 


69" 




President: Peter Stearns 






Secretary: Christine 


Coffin 


Vice-President: Beth 


Robichaud 




Treasurer: Katherine 


Post 


Michael Donelan 








Susan Vecchi 




Patricia Meyer 








Catherine Atti 




Kenneth Beal 








Constance Curtis 




Russell Brown 








Elisa Alchokachy 




Deborah Govoni 








Alan Zanotti 




Evan AlChokachy 








Warren Valente 




Diana Cline 








Roger Perry 




Frances Latosek 








June Lopes 




Shaunie Fabri 








Stuart Scott 




Paul Santos 








Joan Bastoni 




Deborah Silva 






Honorary: 
Pilar Fuentes 
Mary Couter 


Douglas Estell 





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Congratulations from 



THE BLUE EAGLES BOOSTER CLUB 



Good luck to the class of 1969 

As alumni you are cordially invited to 

join the Booster Club 



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BALBONI'S DRUG STORE, INC. 






Joseph Balbom — Pharms. — Richard V. Tassinari 




315 Court Street 


Tel. 746-1251 


Plymouth, Mass. 



Compliments of 



H. A. BRADFORD 
AND SONS INC. 



Compliments of 



CAPE AUTO BODY 



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Congratulations to the Class of 1969 




HOWARD JOHNSON'S 




Motor Lodge and Restaurant 




Located in the Center J 


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Credit cards: 


Owner: 


Texaco and American 


Nick Niketas 



Congratulations Seniors 

P & L CONSTRUCTION 



Compliments of 

TOWN BROOK 
SERVICE STATION 



Congratulations to the Class Of 1969 



EMERSON'S STORE 



White Horse Beach 



Massachusetts 



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We the editors of the 1969 Pilgrim do sincerely thank the following people who have given ns valuable assistance and 
knowledge in our efforts to create this yearbook. 



lr. Brian Souza, our adv.sor and close associate, tor his advice, patience, friendliness, and his exceptional performance in anew 



job. 



The Dicksons, our photographers, for their services that are beyond our most chosen words of praise. 

Syrel Sherman, tor her efficiency as business manager and her desire to assist us in times of need. 

Mr. Robert Vantine, our representative from the Delmar Printing Company, for his encouragement, confidence, and soreness. 

Ellen Minsky, for her indispensable assistance in typing the senior section. 

Miss Mary Callahan, who was kind enough to go out of her way to deliver our materials to \\ estwood. 

Editors and staffs who co-operated and worked efficiently in helping us meet our deadlines. 

Those senior photographers who contributed all of the excellent candids that this yearbook could not have done without. 

Administration, faculty, and custodians who constantly gave their assistance whenever necessary. 

Plimoth Plantation for the photographs that we desperately needed lor our dividers. 

Glen Silva whose contribution of football and basketball pictures proved invaluable. 

Friends, sponsors, and advertisers without whose support and confidence, we could never have achieved our goal. 

Patricia Meyer 
Paul Kuozzi 



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